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Nominate, 1) to name: “thy young days, which we may n. tender,” LLL I, 2, 16 (Armado's speech). “who is intituled, --d, or called, Don Adriano,” V, 1, 8 (Sir Nathaniel's speech). “can you n. in order now the degrees of the lie?” As V, 4, 92. “sight may distinguish of colours but suddenly to n. them all, it is impossible,” H6B II, 1, 130.
2) to appoint: “let the forfeit be --d for an equal pound of your fair flesh,” Merch. I, 3, 150. “is it so --d in the bond?” IV, 1, 259.
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