WASHINGTON - Just 24 hours after President Clinton signaled his intent to renominate Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan, another White House nomination to the Fed Board appeared to be dead.

Carol J. Parry, former executive vice president for community development at Chase Manhattan Corp., was nominated Aug. 5 to fill one of two long-standing vacancies on the seven-seat board. But industry and Capitol Hill sources said Ms. Parry has several strikes against her among Senate Republicans, the most critical strike being the upcoming presidential election. If a Republican were to win in November, he could choose his own nominees to fill the two empty Fed seats.

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