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In 1846 he was the Democratic nominee for Congress against Lincoln, and was badly beaten.
The anti-Kittites polled twenty-seven, and Mr. Hawkins' nominee fourteen.
CORNISH CHARACTERSS. BARING-GOULD
When the king became aware of this he was enraged, and despatched an embassy upholding his nominee, John de Grey.
This created a wonderful excitement, and the vote of Illinois became in favor of Lincoln as the nominee for president.
The candidate who receives the largest number of votes is the nominee of the party for that office.
CITIZENSHIPEMMA GUY CROMWELL
Her nominee was unable to hold his ground in Kerry, nor was the Papal Bishop permanently resident.
The person nominated is called the nominee, and all the nominees for a certain election constitute a ticket.
ELEMENTS OF CIVIL GOVERNMENTALEXANDER L. PETERMAN
Then the straw man conveyed it to the possessor or his nominee in fee simple.
But the Afghan tribes hated the nominee of the stranger, and refused to obey the Shah.
The only person to appear uninterested was the nominee himself.
CY WHITTAKER'S PLACEJOSEPH C. LINCOLN

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