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Won

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: PT CJI 41.9 bn Won (YoY 27.0 bn Won↑) / CJ Liaocheng Biotech 36.9 bn Won (YoY 8.8 bn Won ↑) / CJ do Brasil -6.4 bn Won (YoY 16.6 bn Won↑) / CJ Lantian 6.6 bn Won (YoY 11.1 bn Won ↑)Increased profits of CJI and Liaocheng from nucleotides price hike and F/X related gain from CJ do Brasil-
Antonee Little from Southport won five medals including gold in the men's championship single sculls and men's double sculls.
Leamington won 7-1 at Whitefields, K Rogers with an excellent 6&5 win for the visitors and S Ballard winning 5&4.
After I won it, it was like "Cool, I won the award." It's like a one-time thing in your career; I accomplished that.
He won the votes of people who were going to vote Democratic no matter what, and would have voted for almost any Democrat running.
AUSTRALIA WON SERIES 4-1 Nov 2002 Brisbane Aus won by 384 runs Nov 2002 Adelaide Aus won by inns & 51 runs Dec 2002 Perth Aus won by inns & 48 runs Dec 2002 Melbourne Aus won by 5 wkts Jan 2003 Sydney Eng won by 225 runs AUSTRALIA WON SERIES 4-1 Jul 2005 Lord's Aus won by 239 runs Aug 2005 Edgbaston Eng won by 2 runs Aug 2005 Old Trafford Drawn Aug 2005 Trent Bridge Eng won by 3 wkts Sep 2005 The Oval Drawn
Reached the state championship game 10 times and won half of them.
However, the first black person--male or female--to actually win at Wimbledon was Althea Gibson, who won both the singles and doubles titles at Wimbledon in 1957 and 1958, respectively.
Saskia Rowley, Journal art director, won the ACP award of excellence in newspaper design for her two-page spread on church vestments entitled What the church is wearing (May 2003 issue).
Elections that feature a sitting president tend to be referendums on the incumbent--and in recent elections, the incumbent has either won or lost by large electoral margins.
These are the first Academy Awards won by the NFB in 25 years.
Everything has become more eye-catching." Theresa Wall, a 21-year-old dancer from the New York-based Verlin School who has won the Oireachtas six times, agrees: "Times change; things become more modern and more elaborate.