- n. Plural form of nominee.
“Often, I disagree with the winner but then among the nominees is a real gem that I haven't read and should have.”
“The problem is, neither of his nominees is a “strict constitutionalist”.”
“I think this is what they refer to as nominees for the”
“Even if Shelby was blocking certain nominees because he opposed those nominees, his actions would be forgivable.”
“The nominees from the final ballot are listed here (you can read the long list here), Joe Sherry from Adventures in Reading has been diligently reviewing all the nominated works he could get his hands on (with the exception of the nominated novels) and you can read his thoughts on the nominated short stories, novellas and novelettes.”
“Last year's experiment with blue-ribbon judging panels, who chose five nominees from the voters 'lists of 10 finalists, has been scrapped, and the nominations will be chosen entirely by popular vote.”
“And as we all know, all that matters when it comes to Supreme Court nominees is how they rule on gun rights.”
“The full list of nominees is available online here.”
“As usual the books on the Locus Recommended Reading List are all included as options, but you have the opportunity to write in nominees as well.”
“One of the nominees is Mine to Possess by Nalini Singh, which we noted yesterday as a nominee in the Sir Julius Vogel Awards.”
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