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(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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What my predecessors actions show is that there are numerous reasons for a Chairman not to hold a hearing on a nominee besides blue slip problems.
Secretary Health Department or his nominee not below the rank of BPS-19, Secretary Home Department or his nominee not below the rank of BPS-19, Secretary Labour and Human Resource or his nominee not below the rank of BPS-19, Secretary Social Welfare or his nominee not below the rank of BPS-19.
The nominee ministers are expected to show up in person in the parliament before the MPs decide to begin the voting process.
The decades since 1945 have yet to test whether there remains an enduring Senate tradition of bypassing the Judiciary Committee when the Supreme Court nominee is a sitting U.
With respect to the timing of a president's remarks on behalf of a judicial nominee, presidents solely interested in helping their nominees secure confirmation by the Senate would be expected to time their support to assist nominees when such support would be most beneficial to them in the confirmation process.
Her friendly, slightly goofy persona kept the evening lighthearted even when so many of the nominees were dark films.
The nominees are: Bishop Neil Alexander, 52, of the diocese of Atlanta, a former professor at the University of the South with a special interest in music and liturgy; Bishop Edwin Gulick, 57, of Kentucky, a co-chair of the Anglican Roman Catholic Dialogue (U.
If a filibuster is successful, Senators can delay a vote until the President withdraws the nomination or the nominee gives up.
Further information on either the technology awards or the 2005 executive committee nominee slate is available from the Rubber Division (330) 972-7814.
RYAN This nominee in the animated shorts category depicts the life of bisexual animator Ryan Larkin, who was himself a nominee in 1970 for the short film Walking.
The broad language of the statute shows Congress meant to reach every property interest a taxpayer has, allowing the government to collect tax debts from the assets of a taxpayer's nominee, instrumentality or alter ego.
Edwards was present for only five minutes of the aforementioned 12-hour heating, and, the next day when the committee voted on another controversial nominee, Miguel Estrada, Edwards sent his "no" vote in by proxy.