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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun One that wins a prize.

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  • noun A person or thing that has won a prize.

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Examples

  • Nobel Foundation, every prizewinner is supposed to deliver a public lecture on the work which earned him the prize.

    Christian Lange - Nobel Lecture

  • One result has been a white paper submitted to NSF titled "The Relevance of Evolution for Economic Theory and Policy", co-authored with economist John Gowdy and with 64 signatories, including luminaries such as Pulitzer prizewinner E.O. Wilson and Nobel laureate Elinor Ostrom.

    David Sloan Wilson: Evolution Begins to Occupy Center Stage in Economic Debates

  • She discusses, for example, what motivated her father as a writer, and it turns out that what motivated the Nobel prizewinner is the same as what motivates you and I.

    The Children of Lovers by Judy Golding – review

  • New Flavor of Beams T-rays It didn't take long for a potential prizewinner to come along as researchers described a new method of creating Terahertz, or T-rays, which are currently used by full-body security scanners.

    Week in Words

  • Heinrich would have been arrested (his books were burned), and have been murdered in a concentration camp like his colleague Carl von Ossietsky, the Nobel prizewinner.

    Nigel Hamilton: From Rage to Civilization

  • One result has been a white paper submitted to NSF titled "The Relevance of Evolution for Economic Theory and Policy", co-authored with economist John Gowdy and with 64 signatories, including luminaries such as Pulitzer prizewinner E.O. Wilson and Nobel laureate Elinor Ostrom.

    David Sloan Wilson: Evolution Begins to Occupy Center Stage in Economic Debates

  • From September, 500 out-of-print titles from authors such as Clark, the outspoken Conservative minister, the Labour politician and biographer Roy Jenkins, Booker prizewinner Bernice Rubens and poet and critic Edith Sitwell will be available globally via a new online service to be called Bloomsbury Reader.

    Bloomsbury brings Edith Sitwell to the ebook

  • One result has been a white paper submitted to NSF titled "The Relevance of Evolution for Economic Theory and Policy", co-authored with economist John Gowdy and with 64 signatories, including luminaries such as Pulitzer prizewinner E.O. Wilson and Nobel laureate Elinor Ostrom.

    David Sloan Wilson: Evolution Begins to Occupy Center Stage in Economic Debates

  • England, Romania, Switzerland and Hong Kong, and was a prizewinner at the Concours Piano 80 in Switzerland and a finalist at the Concorse Pianistico Nazionale in Italy.

    MAS - NEW PACIFIC TRIO Tue. March 17

  • One result has been a white paper submitted to NSF titled "The Relevance of Evolution for Economic Theory and Policy", co-authored with economist John Gowdy and with 64 signatories, including luminaries such as Pulitzer prizewinner E.O. Wilson and Nobel laureate Elinor Ostrom.

    David Sloan Wilson: Evolution Begins to Occupy Center Stage in Economic Debates

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