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- n. The condition of becoming a candidate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Candidacy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being a candidate; candidateship; candidacy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the campaign of a candidate to be elected
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Oh, and as for F&H, I will say this - whoever wants to run for it will need 2 things to gain candidature - the support and endorsement of MH and the hearts and minds of the large activist core within the association
This is of course far from surprising; not only was he unofficially confirmed last October but even heads of government from among the European Socialists (such as Brown and Zapatero) support his candidature, which is why the socialists haven't bothered putting up their own candidate for the job.
Total two thousand and 460 is the total number who submitted candidature, which is the reflection of enthusiasm, said Political observers of the country.
"Tymoshenko is, of course, not the sole alternative, but her candidature is a good one against the background of Yushchenko."
Asked if the decision to renounce his candidature was his own, Sarkozy answered: "Did I speak about this with the president of the republic?
One of his supporters said Ed never explicitly told David he was going to stand before he announced his candidature publicly in May.
How can we support his candidature as the real director!?
Rio's relatively high crime rate was an omnipresent part of the discussion over Rio's candidature, and Rio's projected expenses were the highest among the four bid cities — at more than $14 billion — because of the amount of new venues and infrastructure needed.
Français · Iran: 1000 blogueurs soutiennent la candidature Moussavi à la présidence
Globo's headline is: “Cancer and long treatment undermine Dilma's candidature” and in the online version of the paper it's: “Dilma announces treatment against cancer”.