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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.
Her "drive" and "skill" helped make their inaugural fund raiser a tremendous success, the nominator wrote.
And I don't think the local loathing is as universal as the nominators suggest - people who dislike something always tend to be more vocal, but I've heard a lot more praise for it than criticism.
One of her nominators wrote that “she is an inspirational and encouraging woman who is constantly inspiring her students with hope to reach a full life of success and achieved goals.
Her nominator also said: "I feel that due to her disability Lorna always finds a way to get the best out of life and is very inspirational to many others within her sport.
Nominators consist of a wide range of art professionals based across the Menasa and internationally, who have no direct commercial interest in artists they nominate.
Third, be careful to watch out for poor selections by the nominator.
If the nominator is an NEA member, send proof of membership (e.
The adult nominator must submit a fully completed nomination packet and references form by April 30.
The nominator should submit the nomination in writing, by either letter or electronic mail.