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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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From among these season champions will emerge the Golden Wheel Driver of the Year awardee, a recognition befitting the racer who posted the most impressive win in 2017.
The awardees in the "Pamumuno" category are Schools Division Superintendents (SDS), Assistant Schools Division Superintendents (ASDS) and Division Administrative Officers who showed exemplary efforts in the area of positive leadership, hard work, and discipline.
(Of course the association has criteria, and they believe that our fellow awardees - like Asec.
Other awardees Lamut at top 16 spot (3rd to 6th class municipalities), and Baguio City that ranked 11th overall among the 33 highly urbanized cities assessed.
The awardees for the military are Major Francis Senoron of the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Lt.
MBFI President Aniceto Sobreprena explained that the awardees were chosen after months of months of thorough document review, background check, and verification of accomplishments in both professional and community service.
22, 2016, President Rodrigo Duterte signed a memorandum increasing the monthly gratuity of MOV awardees from PHP20,000 to PHP75,000.
The calibre of our awardees is something we can be very proud of these young people will do a fantastic job representing New Zealand and, at the same time, extend themselves academically and develop new networks and skills, said Chris Hipkins.
Fifty-five 30-year awardees will get a gold necklace and pendant worth P38,000 15 35-year awardees, a P43,000 set two 40-year awardees, a P49,000 set a 45-year awardee will get a P55,000 set.
Senator Sherwin Gatchalian is seeking to amend the Official Development Assistance (ODA) law to require foreign bidders and contract awardees to hire local workers for menial and non-technical jobs.
Mohammed made the commendation in an interview with newsmen Monday in Yola while speaking against the backdrop of 11 corps members that served in the state who made the list of 168 awardees at last Friday's Presidential NYSC Honours Award.
Bongat praised the company's awardees and the entire sales team as its 'prime asset, the best in the memorial care industry.'