- n. Plural form of inductee.
“Unlike the player nominees, who are elected by golf writers, Hall of Fame members and other golf influentials (or by a points formula, as LPGA players are), the inductees from the lifetime-achievement and veterans categories ultimately are chosen by the seven-person executive committee of the WGF.”
“Cherish is the word inductees use to describe feelings for Ritz”
“Four inductees will be announced in early May 2009.”
“Besides Fernandez, the inductees were her doubles partner, Natasha Zvereva; the wheelchair tennis pioneer Brad Parks; and a host of Australian doubles players including Owen Davidson and the doubles team of Mark Woodforde and Todd Woodbridge.”
“In association with the Federation of International Cricketers Associations, the inductees are the 55 members named in the FICA Hall of Fame, which ran between 1999 and 2003.”
“Among the inductees are the Fischer football brothers, Cletus, Kenneth, Rex and Pat, and Walter and Suzanne Scott.”
“Even if in some cases it is a final moment of glory for some retired old-timers, it's demeaning to talk about it publicly like that, and it's certainly not the case for high-profile inductees which is what he would have been.”
“Knitting has in fact made news lately: The National Women's Hall of Fame announced its list of 11 new inductees on March 8, making up 247 women whose stories will soon be told in their new home, the Seneca Knitting Mill.”
“Do we go back and recategorize existing Hall of Fame inductees who were juicers?”
“None of the Silver Rose inductees Saturday are still in the service.”
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