renominate

Related to renominate: remuneration

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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While I am disappointed that unprecedented obstruction from Senate Democrats required the President to renominate many of his well-qualified nominees, I am pleased the Commerce Committee advancedfor the second timethe nomination of Rep.
Stilwell Value LLC, and Joseph Stilwell, an individual (collectively, "The Stilwell Group," and each individually, a "Stilwell Group Member") to reduce the number of its directors by two, whether through resignations or a decision not to renominate, effective at the completion of the 2016 Annual Meeting of Stockholders, the company said.
AP has also decided to renominate almost all its 27 sitting legislators if Delhi goes to polls.
As for the post of prime minister, Aoun has said he would only vote to renominate Mikati if he received concessions.
Others say it's politically necessary for a party that will renominate President Obama at September's national convention in Charlotte, North Carolina's largest city and home to corporations with progressive LGBT records.
The additions are included into the article 22 of the law on status of judges and the article 19 of the law on the Council for Selection of Judges which stipulate that in case the president rejects candidates nominated by the Council for Selection Judges for judge positions, the Council will be able to renominate the same candidates to the president with no less than two third of votes.
However, another source close to the talks said there was concern that the UIA may renominate Jaa'fari or another unacceptable candidate, taking the parties back to square one.
If Republicans succeed, Bush could renominate Pickering next January and have a better chance of getting the nomination approved.
Bush's failure to renominate Reich endangers US Latin America policy, according to a Wall Street Journal editorial Dec.
After closed-door talks with oil, utility, and auto lobbyists in April, the Bush administration announced it would not renominate Robert Watson as chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
That gives the White House plenty of time to either renominate Mary Gall and push harder for her confirmation this time, or find an other candidate.
He pledged to re-educate, not renominate, Alan Greenspan, to throw misbehaving corporations into federal trusteeship, and to empower bureaucrats to make the world a better place.