CANDIDATE , one who offers himself or is selected by others for an
See also:office or place, particularly one who puts up for election to parliament or to any public
See also:body . The word is derived from the Latin candidatus, clad in
See also:white (candidus) . In Rome, candidates for election to the higher magistracies appeared in the Campus Martins, the Forum and other public places, during their canvass, in togas with the white of the natural wool brightened by
See also:chalk .
CANDLE (Lat. candela, from candere, to glow)
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