Award [noun]

Definition of Award:

prize or reward

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Sentence/Example of Award:

That might be just what the 72-year-old award show needs to stave off irrelevance.

In recent years, you have publicly criticized the industry, especially in relation to the awards and rankings that have come to dominate it.

Weber regularly contributes to major newspapers and magazines, such as National Geographic, GEO, and Die Zeit, and has won a number of awards for his writing.

What is clear, however, is that when the foundation does grant awards again, the process will likely be quite different.

Her total numbers probably don’t support winning the award, but other than Dangerfield, it’s hard to point to a rookie who has had a greater impact on a playoff-bound team.

To receive an award, people must file a claim form online here or submit a downloadable form through the mail.

Berlinale organizers said Monday the performance awards will be defined in a gender-neutral way at next year’s festival, for which a physical event is planned.

In each of the past three seasons, the only ones with available voting totals, eight candidates received first-place votes for the award.

Almost 54 percent of Christian players on mixed teams voted for a Muslim newcomer to win a sportsmanship award, given to a person not on their own team, compared with about 31 percent of players on all-Christian teams.

I issued my award, with the usual result that while each party was fairly well pleased neither was altogether satisfied.