Meaning of NOMINATION in English

NOMINATION

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

democratic

Babbitt, 54, a former Governor of Arizona, was an unsuccessful candidate for the 1988 Democratic presidential nomination .

The first came as Governor Clinton struggled to gain the Democratic nomination .

The Clinton campaign surged again and he easily won the Democratic nomination .

Clinton will accept the Democratic nomination for a second-term without ever having publicly declared his intention to seek re-election.

Mr Dinkins has seen off both his main challengers for the Democratic nomination in recent weeks.

In 1992, Clinton had pretty much wrapped up the Democratic nomination by Super Tuesday.

good

Dandridge was the first black to receive a best actress Oscar nomination .

grammy

Critical acclaim came, along with a Grammy nomination .

presidential

Babbitt, 54, a former Governor of Arizona, was an unsuccessful candidate for the 1988 Democratic presidential nomination .

A candidate needs 996 delegates to win the Republican presidential nomination .

But even if Forbes loses his quest for the Republican presidential nomination , he may still go one better than his father.

republican

On three occasions - 1944, 1948 and 1952 - he was a possible choice for the Republican presidential nomination .

Bob Dole is the most terrible of the candidates for the Republican nomination , until you consider all the others.

A candidate needs 996 delegates to win the Republican presidential nomination .

Bob Dole none the less remains the front-runner in the race to win the Republican presidential nomination .

One of Davis's opponents for the Republican nomination for attorney general, state Sen.

In his speech accepting the Republican nomination for the presidency, &038;.

George W.. Bush advised Dole to keep his day job while campaigning for the Republican presidential nomination .

■ NOUN

award

She followed with three weeks on the Edinburgh Fringe, got a Perrier Award nomination , and sold out again.

A National Book Award nomination did nothing to kick the book into a higher gear.

The Golden Globe Award nominations for 1995 were announced back on Dec. 21.

oscar

River Phoenix continues to be a miracle, having earned his Oscar nomination in Running on Empty.

Dandridge was the first black to receive a best actress Oscar nomination .

Even though DeVito has extracted a toothsome performance which insiders predict could win Jack an Oscar nomination .

It is almost certain to win several Oscar nominations .

How he managed an Oscar nomination is beyond me.

Counting errors of omission is part of the Oscar nominations ritual.

Writer-director-producer John Sayles deserves to earn a busload of Oscar nominations .

process

It is often argued that television has contributed much to the trivialization of politics in general and to the nomination process in particular.

More recently, the nomination process itself, from Robert Bork to Clarence Thomas, has become more overtly political.

The ability of party leaders to manipulate the nomination process had been substantially undercut, however, by party reform.

The nomination process was completed on Dec. 24.

■ VERB

accept

In his speech accepting the Republican nomination for the presidency, &038;.

He was bewildered by McCann's behaviour and felt too inexperienced to accept nomination to the committee.

Clinton will accept the Democratic nomination for a second-term without ever having publicly declared his intention to seek re-election.

Enroute they passed a motorcade racing the other direction carrying Bush to join Reagan at convention hall and accept the nomination .

She identified the most likely candidate as Leach, who, she said, had agreed to accept her nomination .

announce

Perhaps more important than who President Clinton nominates may be when he announces his nominations , analysts said.

approve

Herman seemed headed for confirmation after the Senate Labor Committee unanimously approved her nomination last week.

The party executive unanimously approved the nomination on March 19.

block

The great worry of most Hormel backers this time around is that Helms will block hearings on his nomination .

clinch

With enough delegates already in hand to clinch the nomination , the immediate importance of the primary has been vastly diminished.

By most calculations, Dole had clinched the nomination a week ago, when he swept four Midwest primaries.

earn

River Phoenix continues to be a miracle, having earned his Oscar nomination in Running on Empty.

Anthony Hopkins' Nixon runs a close second and should easily earn him a nomination , too.

lose

By alienating his natural backers, Rockefeller lost the 1964 nomination to Goldwater.

need

Teachers were reminded that we would need nominations for the three places becoming vacant on the Executive Committee for the coming year.

At least 996 delegates are needed to ensure a nomination on the first ballot, a party spokesman said.

receive

Slovo received an unopposed nomination for the post of national chairman in succession to Dan Tloome.

They would receive nominations from the parties, but there would be no working peers or New Year's honours list appointments.

The chairman of the 1922 Committee and scrutineers designated by him will he available to receive nominations .

We would be most grateful to receive nominations before the closing date, March 31st.,.

secure

The Senate majority leader already holds more than one-third of the delegates needed to secure the Republican presidential nomination .

seek

In fact, some party stalwarts, particularly those from the religious conservative wing begged him to seek the nomination .

Nor have senators done well when they sought the nomination .

A Humphrey-type campaign to bypass the primaries and seek the nomination at the convention itself could no longer hope to succeed.

Perot has bankrolled the Reform Party and has not said whether he will seek its presidential nomination next month.

A year ago, Powell announced he would not seek the Republican nomination .

win

A candidate needs 996 delegates to win the Republican presidential nomination .

The Federal Election Commission is still studying whether Lamm also would qualify for the federal matching funds if he wins the nomination .

He won the nomination and battled valiantly, if sometimes clumsily, to become the 43d president.

Humphrey won the nomination but lost the election.

He won the nomination early and with minimal bloodshed.

Lamm, speaking before Perot took the podium, congratulated him on winning the nomination .

They then ratify the nomination of a candidate who already has won the nomination in the primaries.

withdraw

But he withdrew his own nomination less than 12 hours later when his involvement with Maze escaper James Clarke became public.

Murphy withdrew that nomination Feb. 16.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A candidate needs 996 delegates to win the Republican presidential nomination .

Babyface, despite having fielded a record-tying 12 nominations, netted only a few of the tiny gramophones.

But criticism of the Stack nomination is not the same as accusing Clinton of being soft on crime.

Indeed, the Bush network is looming large in the race for the nomination .

River Phoenix continues to be a miracle, having earned his Oscar nomination in Running on Empty.

They then ratify the nomination of a candidate who already has won the nomination in the primaries.

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