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Awarding title, so a bargadar could one day sell his land and move on, would have defeated the strategy.
The reason for the delay was that the symbols on the reverse of the medals had to be approved by each Prize-Awarding institution, which was not without controversy.
The Nobel Prize Medals and the Medal for the Prize in Economics
Awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to three outstanding women from Liberia and Yemen is a recognition that while women pay the highest price in conflicts, they are equally leaders in peace-making and rebuilding.
Elisabeth Braw: Graca Machel: Within Ten Years Women Will Have Changed Africa
Awarding the OAM has angered the former peers of Mr McGibbon, who want it revoked.
"Awarding this opportunity to Aptera Motors will greatly assist a leading developer of electric vehicles in my district," Mr. Issa wrote.
Awarding of contracts in such cases can then take into account which parties are willing to accept the least subsidy.
Awarding all credit to the president is excessive — although he surely has a lot to do with it.
Awarding two free throws instead of one on a clear path-to-the-basket foul was one of his ideas, he says.
Awarding the Hotel de la Marine to the project at cost, instead of leasing the building to a more commercial venture which would generate bigger profits for the government, could be a way for the state to contribute without giving money, Mr. Pitte says.
Awarding the Medal of Honor to Washington would accomplish three objectives.
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