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holding first place in a contest


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Upon learning of Hamamatsu's contributions to Kajita's Nobel Prize-winning research, NPI Photonics Industry Neuroscience Group Chairman Tom Baer issued the following statement:
He adapted Mantel's two Booker Prize-winning novels, Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, into the six-part BBC 2 series about Thomas Cromwell who rose from humble beginnings to become Henry VIII's chief minister.
On song to win YOUNG composer Adam James was one of six prize-winning finalists in the Evening Chronicle song competition back in 1985.
WINNER: David Blamey, of Tonyrefail, with his first prize-winning cabbage
If we can still read stories about prize-winning bulls and farting, we'll be all right.
Prize-winning poet John Menaghan presents She Alone, a sequene of poetry in book form that follows the life of a woman from birth to death and beyond.
A NORTH Wales abattoir has donated an elite prize-winning ram to the Welsh Mountain Sheep Society (Registered section).
According to Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer, "Our big wars--and the war on terrorism ranks with the big ones--have a way of starting in the first year of a decade.
NEWHALL - The Canyon Theatre Guild has two plays opening this weekend, one based on a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel and the other on a classic children's book.
Andrew's Episcopal School in September told Cary McNair, a leading donor, that he could keep a $3 million pledge after he objected to the use of "Brokeback Mountain," a gay love story by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annie Proulx.
released a movie directed by Steven Spielberg based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning Alice Walker novel The Color Purple (Harvest Books [reprint], May 2003).
Author Angie Estes' first poetry collection since her prize-winning "Voice Over", Chez Nous is based on the theme that in the postmodern, post-Holocaust world, the only "home" available to people is that of language.
Wilcox cites George Akerlof, a Nobel prize-winning economist, who provides an economic explanation for why widespread use of artificial contraception resulted in an increase in illegitimacy, rather than a decrease as many predicted.
Nobel Prize-Winning Scientists" is a six volume series of biographies showcasing notable men and women whose professional achievements in their chosen fields won them a Nobel Prize.
Lisa was twice a member of Pulitzer Prize-winning teams and twice a nominated finalist.