from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Sports most valuable player
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- Initialism of Most Valuable Player.
- Initialism of Model–View–Presenter.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. most valuable player; the player judged to be the most important to the sport, also the name of the award given to that player.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the player judged to be the most important to the sport
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The solution to all this is abolishing the title MVP and making it MOP\ Most Outstanding Player.
MINNEAPOLIS (Ticker) -- Kevin Garnett received a rude reminder from the Sacramento Kings that the MVP is a regular-season award.
Alex Ovechkin, last season's league MVP, is Washington's only player in Sunday's game in Montreal.
Quarterback Kurt Warner, 38, signed a two-year, $23-million deal in March because the former Super Bowl MVP and two-time league MVP is on a mission to finish what he started in Arizona.
Anthony scored 27 and Nowitzki — who Kobe Bryant had predicted would win MVP honors — had 22.
But the former MVP is doing his scoring with efficiency, a sign he isn't dominating the ball and hogging the spotlight: Bryant made more than 52 percent of his shots in the series against Utah.
I don't think MVP is interested in these facts, let alone church teaching as you've pointed out, Carl.
He would go on to win MVP title in both the 1960 Cotton Bowl and the 1961 Liberty Bowl, and would be inducted into the College Football Hall Of Fame in 1979.
"That's the way I would like to win MVP, (not) just get 30 points."
Just Karl care to revise your 1st post since the US goal keeper was not only the best goalie, he even won MVP from the losing team, a very rare feat, yet Canada is wearing Gold Medals …