“During 1998 to 2000, the ”“Knife”“ Brand has also received various Asian awards, including the ”“Hong Kong Top 10 Brands”“ from the Chinese Manufacturers′ Association of Hong Kong, the 1st in the ”“First Grade Peanut Oil”“ Award from the Guangdong Province Food Industry Organisation, and the ”“Asian Gold Super Brand Award”“ from Reader′s Digest.”
“I am very happy although I wondered if it is OK to be given this big award ,” he said
“We used an accepted psychological scoring system to award them points, such as minus three for scorn and plus two for humor,” Murray told the DailyTelegraph of London
My best friend won the high school senior goof-off award .
Sense and Sensibility was released in early 1996, in time for inclusion in the year′s Academy Award nominations
entities shall not, in the qualification and selection of suppliers, products or services, or in the evaluation of tenders and award of contracts, impose, seek or consider offsets
The fact the 1995 award winner received his award posthumously, because he died while filming, tells you all you need to know about the risks of this job
The best-selling writer won the annual literary award at a Booksellers Association ceremony onApril 27
Sometime between 1 A.M. and 3 A.M. on April 29, as a crowning award for her loyalty to the end, he accorded his mistress′s wish and formally married her
The Olympic winner received a gold medal as an award .
Oscar Golden Statuette(of the U.S.); Oscar(或Academy)Award
This award , to the value of $ 100, is presented to the student who has achieved the highest performance in the subject Information Systems
The award for this year′s best actress went to Meryl Streep
It is not so much the award we have been given but rather the historic privilege we had of playing a role in ending a war
Enabling course, non-award foundation studies, other full-time courses or components of courses not leading to an Australian award
Award of Merit [Royal Life Saving Society]
Bar to Award of Merit [Royal Life Saving Society]
Incentive Award Scheme for the Production of Chinese-medium Advanced Level Reference Books
When he came up to the podium to accept his second award , he complained jokingly, “This is a terrible mistake because I used up all my English...”
“When I saw the movie, I thought the director had made a very good choice in casting-but his age and inexperience made me doubt if he could win the best actor award ,” she said
The judge′s decision was to award damages to the defendant.
Damages award by a court against a defendant who have behave maliciously or willfully.
The Fields Medal is the highest scientific award for mathematicians
The issue in Rands was whether the condemnation award for land along the Columbia River should include that portion of the market value of the land attributable to its potential use as a port site
The company leadership award the diligent and punish the lazy, so the employees give full scope to the talents and keep their minds on their work
The company is to adopt the floating wage system as of next year to award the diligent and punish the lazy
New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Award
National, provincial and ministerial science or technology award
The child beamed at his teacher as he received the award .
Be granted a merit award for piano playing; be awarded a certificate of merit for piano playing
notice of compliance with the award
gain a Collective Award of Merit, First Class
1.A prize or other mark of recognition given in honour of an achievement.
‘the company’s annual _award_ for high-quality service’
‘Andrew, aged just 15, received an _award_ to mark his achievement from his school De La Salle College.’
2.An amount of money given as an official payment, compensation, or grant.
‘a 1.5 per cent pay _award_ ’
‘Compensation _awards_ in the UK are dwarfed by the huge sums paid out in the US to women who have successfully raised complaints of sex discrimination and harassment.’
3.The action of giving a payment, compensation, or prize.
‘the _award_ of an honorary doctorate’
‘an _award_ of damages’
1.Give or order the giving of (something) as an official payment, compensation, or prize to (someone)
‘he was _awarded_ the Military Cross’
‘a 3.5 per cent pay rise was _awarded_ to staff’
2.Grant or assign (a contract or commission) to (a person or organization)
‘the company was _awarded_ a contract to refurbish the timber mill’
‘State contracts should be _awarded_ to bidders who offer the best value for money.’
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