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Award

To give a contract to a person or company, especially after competitive bidding from multiple persons or companies. That is, a company awards a contract when it decides to do business with somebody.
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The criteria for the military award is identical to that of the other awards.
edu Deadline: 03/01/2007; Number awarded: 4-8 Requirements: dance majors enrolled in program Scholarship money pays for: Special workshops, travel expenses, tuition for classes, summer awards for approved summer programs offered around the country
Award winners have demonstrated strategic alignment, the creative process and measurable results.
The award pays tribute to pulp and paper industry professionals who have rendered outstanding service to their communities by involvement in the activities of local business, educational, civic and philanthropic organizations.
Community Impact--Mine Scarred Lands Award Winner: AMD & Art Project in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
VFA-34 received the CVW-17 Top Hook Award for the first line period of its combat deployment in 2004.
It crowns the jewels of African American literature for children and young adults, and rightly so: named for one of the world's most regal women with the most noble of causes, the Coretta Scott King Award (CSK) will be presented in June for the 35th year by the prestigious American Library Association (ALA) at its annual conference in Orlando, Florida.
The Whitby Award consists of $3,000, a plaque and $500 for travel expenses incurred to attend the awards ceremony.
The Service Award is given to recognize continued and increasing service beyond the section level.
I think in a way a lot of this is the goose that killed the golden egg,'' frequent Oscars producer Gilbert Cates said of the awards glut.
The Jostens-Berenson Service Award recognizes an individual who has maintained a professional lifelong commitment to service for and to the game of women's basketball.
Amendments adopted in 1991 provide for other remedies, including punitive damages and awards for pain and suffering (i.