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  • "Is he really going to be put in nomination, though?" said Mr. Cadwallader.
  • But he thinks Brooke would come off badly at a nomination.
  • However, things will come all right at the nomination.
  • However, Ladislaw’s coaching was forthwith to be put to the test, for before the day of nomination Mr. Brooke was to explain himself to the worthy electors of Middlemarch from the balcony of the White Hart, which looked out advantageously at an angle of the market-place, commanding a large area in front and two converging streets.
  • I think he’ll turn him round: I think the nomination may be staved off."

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  • The president nominated her as head of the Civil Rights Commission.
  • Mrs. Morrow’ll keep thinking of him now as this very shy, modest guy that wouldn’t let us nominate him for president.
    J.D. Salinger  --  The Catcher in the Rye

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