“Three "prizewinning" stories will receive additional payments $100, $75, and $50.”
“But if anything's clear after examining the life of the Pulitzer prizewinning author of The Color Purple, it's that she's no shrinking violet.”
“Leading the charge of critics is Nobel prizewinning economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman.”
“Ms. Wharton, one of America's great authors, captured old New York society foibles in prizewinning novels such as "The Age of Innocence.”
“It quotes evidence from eight Nobel prizewinning scientists of the potential damage to Britain's science base, who told the MPs that it was a sad reflection on national priorities that the cap would exempt international footballers but not elite scientists or engineers.”
“Sweden's 200 or so breeders are experimenting widely, and charge more—up to 1,500 kronor $225—for a rabbit with prizewinning parentage.”
“Many students of American and African American literature and history know her as the author of acclaimed books like her fine memoir Proud Shoes—which told the extraordinary story of her childhood in her grandparents' North Carolina home and their family legacy of free Blacks, slaves, and slave owners—and her prizewinning poetry collection Dark Testament.”
“Tom Bissell is a prizewinning writer who published three widely acclaimed books before the age of thirty-four.”
“The director approached the actor about starring in a film based on her prizewinning story.”
“Josh Arcoleo is a prizewinning saxophonist from the Royal Academy of Music's jazz stable, and a debut on the astute Edition label which has introduced, among others, young Norwegian sax firebrand Marius Neset is no accident.”
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