renominate

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re·nom·i·nate

 (rē-nŏm′ə-nāt′)
tr.v. re·nom·i·nat·ed, re·nom·i·nat·ing, re·nom·i·nates
To nominate again, especially for a subsequent term.

re′nom·i·na′tion n.

renominate

(riːˈnɒmɪˌneɪt)
vb (tr)
to nominate again

renominate


Past participle: renominated
Gerund: renominating

Imperative
renominate
renominate
Present
I renominate
you renominate
he/she/it renominates
we renominate
you renominate
they renominate
Preterite
I renominated
you renominated
he/she/it renominated
we renominated
you renominated
they renominated
Present Continuous
I am renominating
you are renominating
he/she/it is renominating
we are renominating
you are renominating
they are renominating
Present Perfect
I have renominated
you have renominated
he/she/it has renominated
we have renominated
you have renominated
they have renominated
Past Continuous
I was renominating
you were renominating
he/she/it was renominating
we were renominating
you were renominating
they were renominating
Past Perfect
I had renominated
you had renominated
he/she/it had renominated
we had renominated
you had renominated
they had renominated
Future
I will renominate
you will renominate
he/she/it will renominate
we will renominate
you will renominate
they will renominate
Future Perfect
I will have renominated
you will have renominated
he/she/it will have renominated
we will have renominated
you will have renominated
they will have renominated
Future Continuous
I will be renominating
you will be renominating
he/she/it will be renominating
we will be renominating
you will be renominating
they will be renominating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been renominating
you have been renominating
he/she/it has been renominating
we have been renominating
you have been renominating
they have been renominating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been renominating
you will have been renominating
he/she/it will have been renominating
we will have been renominating
you will have been renominating
they will have been renominating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been renominating
you had been renominating
he/she/it had been renominating
we had been renominating
you had been renominating
they had been renominating
Conditional
I would renominate
you would renominate
he/she/it would renominate
we would renominate
you would renominate
they would renominate
Past Conditional
I would have renominated
you would have renominated
he/she/it would have renominated
we would have renominated
you would have renominated
they would have renominated
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Their renominations are currently pending before the Senate.
Steven Bernstein, a Fisher & Phillips partner, points out that if the administration withdraws the renominations of Griffin and Block, it would essentially be undermining its own argument in the Noel Canning appeal that they were legitimate appointees in 2012.
This transposes to RENOMINATIONS, acts of nominating again (W3).
But the renominations suggest that when it comes to filling judgeships, Mr.
When, for instance, renominations in the 1828-1884 and 1888-1944 periods are compared with the 1948-2000 period, the kinship of the latter two periods becomes more apparent.
This suggests that Cleveland's renominations in 1888 and 1892 had more to do with the quality of his leadership than the perception that he was a popular favorite such as Grant was in 1868 and 1872.
Roosevelt TABLE 2 Presidential Renominations, 1789-2000 1789-1824 1828-1884 1888-1944 1948-2000 Washington (a) Jackson (a) Cleveland (a,b) Truman (a) Adams Van Buren Harrison Eisenhower (a) Jefferson (a) Lincoln (a) McKinley (a) Johnson (a) Madison (a) Grant (a) T.
In doing so, they generated independent political support that enabled them to force their renomination on their party, and so enhanced their ability to shape national policy.
However, many Commissioners were distancing themselves from Commission President Mr Jacques Santer, realising their renominations by national governments will require approval from Euro-MPs who are still baying for blood.
In sum, evidence suggests that vice presidents who succeed to the presidency typically face renomination challenges and that divisions within the majority party consistently produce struggles over nominations and renominations as factions vie for control of the party.
Vice presidents who succeed to the presidency and presidents whose party has serious divisions have been more likely to face challenges to their renominations.
Though renomination challengers have not defeated an incumbent in over 100 years, several have generated significant attention and public support.