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  • 61nomination to a living — In English ecclesiastical law, the rights of nominating and of presenting to a living are distinct, and may reside in different persons. Presentation is the offering a clerk to the bishop. Nomination is the offering a clerk to the person who has… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 62nomination of an arbitrator — номинирование арбитра, процедура, когда сторона предлагает кандидатуру арбитра, которая подлежит утверждению институциональным арбитражным органом. См. ст. 8 и 9 Арбитражного регламента МТП (ICC Rules). Следует отличать от осуществляемого в… …

    Glossary of international commercial arbitration

  • 63nomination of guardian — The selection of a guardian by an infant 14 years old or older. 25 Am J1st G & W §28 …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 64Oscar nomination — nomination for an Academy Award, selection as a candidate for an Oscar …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 65Harriet Miers Supreme Court nomination — On October 3, 2005, Harriet Miers was nominated for Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court by President George W. Bush to replace retiring Associate Justice Sandra Day O Connor. Miers was, at the time, White House Counsel, and had previously …

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  • 66Samuel Alito Supreme Court nomination — On October 31, 2005, Samuel Alito was nominated by President George W. Bush for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States to replace the retiring Sandra Day O Connor. Alito had been a judge on the United States Court of Appeals… …

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  • 67Commission d'enquête sur le processus de nomination des juges du Québec — Logo de la commission d enquête La commission d’enquête sur le processus de nomination des juges de la Cour du Québec, des cours municipales et des membres du Tribunal administratif du Québec (aussi appelée « la Commission Bastarache » …

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  • 68John Roberts Supreme Court nomination — The Senate hearings on the nomination of John Roberts to the Supreme Court, began on September 12, 2005, with U.S. Senators posing questions to Roberts, who was nominated by President George W. Bush to fill the vacancy of Chief Justice of the… …

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  • 69Clarence Thomas Supreme Court nomination — Official portrait of Clarence Thomas as chairman of the Equal Opportunity Commission circa 1989 90 On July 1, 1991, President George H. W. Bush nominated Clarence Thomas for the Supreme Court of the United States to replace Thurgood Marshall, who …

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  • 70Beluga Nomination — p1 Beluga Nomination p1 Schiffsdaten Flagge Antigua und Barbuda Sc …

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  • 71Système de nomination politique à Hong Kong — Politique et gouvernement de …

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  • 72Robert Bork Supreme Court nomination — Robert Heron Bork (born birth date and age|1927|3|1) is a conservative American legal scholar who advocates the judicial philosophy of originalism. Bork formerly served as Solicitor General, acting Attorney General, and judge for the United… …

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  • 73Democratic vice presidential nomination of 1944 — The Democratic Party s 1944 nomination for Vice President of the United States was determined on July 21, 1944, when United States Senator Harry S. Truman was nominated to be President Franklin D. Roosevelt s running mate in his bid to be re… …

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  • 74Strategic nomination — is the manipulation of an election through its candidate set (compare this to tactical voting, where the manipulation comes from the voters). Strategic nomination is not to be confused with campaign strategy, the methods candidates employ in… …

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  • 75Direct nomination — (Political Science) The nomination or designation of candidates for public office by direct popular vote rather than through the action of a convention or body of elected nominating representatives or delegates. The term is applied both to the… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 76Presidential nomination process (US) — The presidential candidates in the United States are selected by a process of primary elections. The major political parties do not directly select the candidate, instead the voters are requesting delegates to represent their vote when they… …

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  • 77binding nomination — England, Wales A nomination that is binding (unless and until it is amended or revoked by the nominor). Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. www.practicallaw.com. 2010 …

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  • 78acceptance of nomination — A filed approval by the candidate of a nomination as a candidate for public office, sometimes required as a condition of having the name of the candidate printed on the ballot. 25 Am J2d Elect § 133. A formal speech of acceptance by a candidate… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 79Straw polls for the Republican Party 2008 presidential nomination — Numerous straw polls were held for the Republican Party s 2008 United States presidential nomination. The largest was the Ames Straw Poll held in Iowa on August 11 2007, won by former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. Other large straw polls… …

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  • 80Straw polls for the Democratic Party 2008 presidential nomination — Numerous straw polls were held for the Democratic Party s 2008 United States presidential nomination. Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama lead all Democratic candidates in total straw poll victories.The following sections collect local… …

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