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nominate

(of a TAXON) bearing the same name as its immediately superior taxon and is its type. For example in the redshank, Tringa totanus totanus is the nominate form of the species.
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In talking with the other judges and in discussing the plans with the nominators, what I have come to realize is: Plan sponsors often don't realize that what they are doing is unique or special.
Second, his nominators are well respected leaders in the character education field.
Nominee 3: Dan Bowen, Birmingham Children's Hospital Nominator: Patricia A Alcock WHEN Patricia's 14-yearold great-grandson Lewys Poole needed a kidney biopsy, he was sent to Birmingham Children's Hospital, where he was cared for by Dan Bowen.
He has spent thousands of hours to save the homes of people with nowhere else to turn, "giving them the confidence to move forward with their lives," the nominator wrote.
The nominators - anonymous members of the public - were scathing in their assessment of the watersports facility that is yet to open to the public despite a costly opening party.
Their engineer or student nominators will also receive a trip to Washington.
The nominators' names will remain secret until such time as the nominee is selected for a gift.
His nominator also said: "Despite his commitment to his sport, he continues to achieve outstanding results in all his school work as well.
These awards are submitted by a nominator who is an ACTE member in good standing.
The nominator is responsible for submitting the following documents as a single package in the following order:
NBL puts aside N$10 000 every month, half of which the nominator of the monthly winner receives, while the other half is donated to a registered charity organisation chosen by the nominator.