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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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Vic Fremlin, owner and operator of Lock City Dairies and North Shore Tractor, was awarded the Paul Dalseg Award.
Peter Blackwood [*] was awarded the JHW Gold Medal.
Under other similar statutes, damages include amounts awarded for wrongful termination, breach of contract and severance pay.
Harold and Karen Brown were awarded $500,000 for physical injuries Harold received in an industrial accident in his employer's plant.
The plaintiff then petitioned for attorney's fees, and the district court awarded $280,000.
ContactCenterWorld's 2006 Global Trainer of the Year and EMEA Regional Trainer of the Year awarded to ClientLogic's Jenny Woodrow
District Winners are awarded a commemorative, crystal globe and a year's free membership.
At the weekly Friday Assembly, an Oscar-type trophy is awarded to the camp group that has performed one or more of the listed activities.
Walter Bonsack [*] was awarded the WHM Gold Medal Born in Berlin, Germany Bonsack is known for establishing the first metallurgical laboratory in the U.
Several recent rulings awarded large punitive damage verdicts against CPA firms.
A "qualified plan" award is one that is awarded as part of an employer's permanent written plan or program that does not discriminate in favor of highly compensated employees (as defined in Sec.