- nominal wages,
- nominative absolute,
- nominative case,
- nominative of address,
Origin of nomination
Examples from the Web for nomination
Earlier this week, Huckabee ended his Fox News talk show so he could spend time mulling another bid for the Republican nomination.Huckabee 2016: Bend Over and Take It Like a Prisoner!|Olivia Nuzzi|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST
It may have been the reason why Goldwater beat Rockefeller by three points, and effectively sewed up the GOP nomination.
In 1972, Maine Sen. Edmund Muskie was the odds-on favorite to win the Democratic Presidential nomination.
For many Republicans presidential hopefuls, the road to the nomination passes through the Hawkeye State.Can This Republican Bring the GOP Back to Its Senses on Immigration?|Tim Mak|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The other person for whom a path to the nomination, let alone a candidacy, seems much less likely is Mitt Romney.How A Jeb Bush Candidacy Would Hurt Chris Christie And Shake Up The 2016 GOP Field|David Freedlander|December 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His name had not been in nomination until the third polling of the delegates at the national convention.
There are several reports afloat as to how “Honest Old Abe” received the news of his nomination, none of which are correct.Why Lincoln Laughed|Russell Herman Conwell
"But that would be an acceptance of the nomination," said he.Double Trouble|Herbert Quick
The nomination took place on Tuesday, the 17th of November, 1868, and the election on the following day.Chelsea|George Bryan
He "took off his coat" and worked hard and well for the election of the man who had euchred him out of the nomination.The Plum Tree|David Graham Phillips
early 15c., "act of mentioning by name," from Middle French nomination (14c.), and directly from Latin nominationem (nominative nominatio) "a naming, designation," from nominare "to name" (see nominate (v.)). Meaning "fact of being proposed as a candidate" is attested from late 15c.