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  • n. Plural form of achiever.

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Examples

  • Both men, academic high achievers from a tony Boston suburb, were ordered to remain behind bars for two more days.

    Students ordered held in case of suspected drug lab at Georgetown

  • Both men, academic high-achievers from a tony Boston suburb, were ordered to remain behind bars for two more days.

    Students ordered held in case of suspected drug lab at Georgetown

  • But the difference between me and the non-achievers is I blame ME for my failures, not any of the usual victicrate excuses given for being a non-achiever or “unfortunate.”

    Think Progress » DeLay Flies Corporate Jet to Arraignment

  • One of the most difficult tasks for all you super achievers is delegating.

    USATODAY.com - Learn to delegate your tasks

  • The state government felicitates achievers from the Hindi film industry with the Raj Kapoor award and those who have made a mark in the Marathi film industry with the V Shantaram Awards.

    Analysis

  • Endeavour executive scholarships are presently available to high achievers from the Russian business, industry, government and education sectors.

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  • At the festival the "achievers" - as the fanatics of the film call themselves, after the Little Lebowski Urban Achievers mentioned in the movie - shout "nice marmot" or "careful man, there's a beverage here".

    BBC News | News Front Page | UK Edition

  • The "achievers" you cite are, like most Republicans who honor principle by foisting it on anyone but themselves and then announcing "other priorities," all talk.

    Ellis Weiner: Going Galt A-Go-Go

  • Her father, a pump operator at the city water plant, and her stay-at-home mother pushed their two children to be "achievers" and get the education they didn't have, says her brother, Craig Robinson.

    Michelle Obama Solidifies

  • ** Don't even TRY to compare year-to-year if the school is new, growing rapidly, and has a consistent influx of kids that would be considered among the poorest achievers which is EXACTLY who goes to a new, voluntary charter school in a poor community.

    Education Panel: Less Mayor, More Money

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