from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To nominate again, especially for a subsequent term.
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- v. nominate again
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To nominate again or anew.
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Bush did "renominate" to the Fourth Circuit the Clinton recess appointee Roger Gregory.
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If the administration hypothetically had second thoughts and decided to renominate you and handle it like that, would you do it?
Since the Senate failed to confirm her last year, the White House has said that it plans to renominate her.
That's why, if she were president, she wouldn't renominate Ben Bernanke as Fed chairman: "I think that it's very important to demonstrate to the American people that the Federal Reserve will have a new sheriff" to keep the dollar strong and stable.
ZANU-PF chose its party chairman, Simon Khaya Moyo as its candidate for speaker, while Mr. Tsvangirai chose to renominate Lovemore Moyo, who is also his party chairman.
The fallout continues over the news that Democrats will gather next year in Charlotte, N.C., to renominate President Obama and Vice President Biden.
Mr. Mubarak appeared on live television late Tuesday, saying he does not intend to renominate himself in the presidential election because, he said, his first responsibility is to ensure the stability of the nation and to preserve its integrity.
Democrats will renominate Obama and Vice President Biden a week after Republicans choose their standard bearer in Tampa.
He said he does not intend to renominate himself because, he said, his first responsibility is to ensure the stability of his nation and preserve its integrity.
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