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  • n. Plural form of win.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of win.


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  • "Disobedience without violence wins, _if it wins_, not so much by touching the conscience of the masters as by exciting the sympathy of disinterested onlookers.

    Introduction to Non-Violence

  • M Alvaro Fernandez off 89 -- The phrase "wins header" showed up over and over in my notes.

    The Seattle Times

  • He was a key player in the title wins of 2005 and 2006 and was voted the club's Player of the Year in - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • New rule: Predicting a team will finish with 85 wins is code for not being ready to admit they're going to suck out loud this season.

    Out Of Left Field

  • Both of his title wins came under nefarious circumstances, so while I wouldn't bet the farm on it actually happening, I'd like to see him beat Cena cleanly, with no questions.

  • And feel free to post your thoughts on the title wins for Barcelona and Inter too

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  • Now, as much as I like Edge I feel that his title wins are becoming so frequent that they're begining to mean less and less.


  • The 30-year-old equalled the title wins of the late Mike 'The Bike' Hailwood and his compatriot Carlo Ubbiali.

    The Roar - Your Sports Opinion

  • That's recent history; look up his title wins at 112 and 122 lbs.

  • The 30-year-old equalled the title wins of the late Mike "The Bike" Hailwood and his compatriot Carlo Ubbiali.



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