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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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Description: This designation is awarded to attorneys, chartered life underwriters, certified public accountants, certified trust and financial advisers, chartered financial consultants and certified financial planners.
Aldo Greco of Community First Financial Services was awarded with the Chamber's Volunteer of the Year Award, recognizing his outstanding commitment and contribution to the Chamber over the years.
and CGAS Houston, Texas, were awarded the Coast Guard Foundation's Guardian of the Heartland Award.
The first annual P&G/ADAA student poster contest was judged at the Nashville A/C and the three top poster makers were awarded with a $100 cash prize and a one-year paid membership in the ADAA.
The Graduate Assistant of the Year Award as selected by the Women's Sports Foundation is awarded annually to a female graduate assistant coach to recognize her contributions to a collegiate women's basketball program, and her commitment to becoming a coach of women's basketball in the new millennium
Hyman Bornstein [*] was awarded the WHM Gold Medal.
Amounts awarded to punish or that serve to prevent future behavior are generally punitive-type damages and are not received as a result of tort or tort-like claims.
Sarah Gordon was awarded $100,000 for physical injuries received in an automobile accident while making a sales call for her employer.
The case went to trial, and the plaintiff was awarded $60,000 in damages.
ContactCenterWorld's 2006 Global Trainer of the Year and EMEA Regional Trainer of the Year awarded to ClientLogic's Jenny Woodrow
In the case against Philip Morris, jurors in Oregon had awarded $79.
District Winners are awarded a commemorative, crystal globe and a year's free membership.