reward vs award

reward award

Definitions

  • 1) Something of value given in return for an act.
  • 2) The result of an action, whether good or bad.
  • 3) A prize promised for a certain deed or catch
  • 4) Money offered or given for some special service, such as the return of a lost article or the capture of a criminal.
  • 5) A consequence that happens to someone as a result of worthy or unworthy behavior.
  • 6) A satisfying return on investment; a profit.
  • 7) Psychology The return for performance of a desired behavior; positive reinforcement.
  • 8) That which is given in return for good or evil done or received; esp., that which is offered or given in return for some service or attainment, as for excellence in studies, for the return of something lost, etc.; recompense; requital.
  • 9) obsolete Regard; respect; consideration.
  • 10) (Law) Compensation or remuneration for services; a sum of money paid or taken for doing, or forbearing to do, some act.
  • 11) Hence, the fruit of one's labor or works.
  • 12) payment made in return for a service rendered
  • 13) benefit resulting from some event or action
  • 14) an act performed to strengthen approved behavior
  • 15) the offer of money for helping to find a criminal or for returning lost property
  • 16) A sum of money offered for taking or detecting a criminal, or for the recovery of anything lost.
  • 17) The fruit of one's labor or works; profit; return.
  • 18) The act of rewarding, or the state of being rewarded; requital, especially for usefulness or merit; remuneration.
  • 19) Notice; heed; consideration; respect; regard.
  • 20) That which is given in requital of good or evil, especially good; a return; a recompense; commonly, a gift bestowed in recognition of past service or merit; a guerdon.
  • 21) Synonyms Pay, compensation, remuneration, requital, retribution.
  • 22) transitive To give a reward to or for.
  • 23) obsolete, transitive To give (something) as a reward.
  • 24) transitive To recompense.
  • 25) act or give recompense in recognition of someone's behavior or actions
  • 26) bestow honor or rewards upon
  • 27) strengthen and support with rewards
  • 28) To give a reward to or for.
  • 29) To give in return, whether good or evil; -- commonly in a good sense; to requite; to recompense; to repay; to compensate.

Definitions

  • 1) A trophy or medal; something that denotes an accomplishment, especially in a competition. A prize or honor based on merit.
  • 2) obsolete Care, keeping.
  • 3) law A judgment, sentence, or final decision. Specifically: The decision of arbitrators in a case submitted.
  • 4) Australia A negotiated minimum wage that is set for a particular trade or industry; an industrial award.
  • 5) law The paper containing the decision of arbitrators; that which is warded.
  • 6) Something awarded or granted, as for merit.
  • 7) An amount or other benefit granted as legally due.
  • 8) The paper containing the decision of arbitrators; that which is warded.
  • 9) A judgment, sentence, or final decision. Specifically: The decision of arbitrators in a case submitted.
  • 10) something given for victory or superiority in a contest or competition or for winning a lottery
  • 11) That which is awarded or assigned by such a decision, as a medal for merit, or a sum of money as damages, etc.
  • 12) A decision after examination and deliberation; a judicial sentence; especially, the decision of arbitrators on points submitted to them, or the document containing such a decision.
  • 13) transitive to give an award (prize) for merit
  • 14) transitive, law To give by sentence or judicial determination; to assign or apportion, after careful regard to the nature of the case; to adjudge; as, the arbitrators awarded damages to the complainant.
  • 15) intransitive To determine; to make or grant an award.
  • 16) give, especially as an honor or reward
  • 17) Toguard.
  • 18) In a general sense, to permit the possession of; allow; allot; yield.
  • 19) To ward off.
  • 20) To sentence; adjudge or determine the doom of.
  • 21) To adjudge to be due; assign or bestow as of right; give by judicial determination or deliberate judgment, especially upon arbitration or umpirage: as, to award the prizes at a school examination; the arbitrators awarded him heavy damages.
  • 22) To guard.
  • 23) To determine; to make an award.
  • 24) To grant an amount or other benefit legally due.
  • 25) To grant as merited or due.
  • 26) To give by sentence or judicial determination; to assign or apportion, after careful regard to the nature of the case; to adjudge.

Examples

  • 1) Trying to reassure your pet can make the problem worse as it rewards the fearful behaviour.
  • 2) His philosophy is simple - put in the effort and the rewards will come.
  • 3) It offered a 50,000 reward for information leading to his acquittal.
  • 4) They will be given more freedom to give additional rewards and privileges to prisoners who make good progress in areas such as education and training.
  • 5) All that effort was rewarded.
  • 6) When it comes to work, being with people who truly want you to do well means more than the financial rewards.
  • 7) An European arrest warrant was issued for him and a €100,000 reward promised to anyone with information about his whereabouts.
  • 8) Yes, I understand the pressure to win is so high when the financial rewards on offer are so great.
  • 9) There will be a reward for any information leading to arrests.
  • 10) There must be a clear link between good performance and reward.
  • 11) They should get big rewards in return.
  • 12) Police officers who helped him were rewarded with cash.
  • 13) The banking world seems to be paying great bonuses as rewards for failure.
  • 14) Those individuals are seeking sentence reduction or reward money.
  • 15) Why on earth should animals not be given the same reward for obeying biological commands?
  • 16) The point here again is that the dog must learn that only acceptable behaviour is rewarded.
  • 17) But the upside is that you also directly benefit from the rewards of your actions.
  • 18) The best of these will be published here and will be rewarded with book prizes.
  • 19) The financial rewards were far from lavish.
  • 20) You will need stamina and energy but your efforts will be rewarded.
  • 21) Fishing and kayak trips also make for rewarding days out.
  • 22) Police appealed for witnesses and offered a reward for information.
  • 23) Previous research has shown that overeating foods that taste good alters brain reward systems.
  • 24) There is a reward for its return.
  • 25) Hopefully the reward will help catch who did this.
  • 26) Should head teachers be rewarded with bonus payments?
  • 27) The head of the opposition council yesterday held out the possibility of future rewards for those who offer early support.
  • 28) So why shouldn't they benefit from a few extra rewards?
  • 29) Read them all and you're rewarded with an extra nugget.
  • 30) Specifically, what kind of company rewards its employees with the prospect of more work in their holidays?
  • 31) -- But however great have been your exertions; however much they have been guided by the precepts of humanity and religion, your public reward has been censure and criticism; but let not such airy weapons damp your ardour for doing good; your _just reward_ is in Heaven, not on earth.
  • 32) The minute I mention the word reward on air, well get hundreds of phony tips.
  • 33) Below that the word reward and the ministry house phone number.
  • 34) This logic is altogether new; we hear the term reward, and therefore are to infer that there is no need of Christ as Mediator, or of faith having access to God for Christ's sake, and not for the sake of our works!
  • 35) Concerning the term reward, very many other remarks might here be made derived from the nature of the Law, which as they are too extensive, must be explained in another connection.
  • 36) ‘The system even provides students with computer games as rewards for effort and achievement.’
  • 37) ‘Since June I have visited many bases and units and have heard from many of you as to how we can do our jobs better, be better recognised for effort and enjoy suitable reward for service.’
  • 38) ‘At the same time, those who render meritorious service should be given due recognition with fitting rewards.’
  • 39) ‘Efforts to reconfigure services will see as yet unspecified financial rewards for services that deliver.’
  • 40) ‘Both employees received an all-expenses paid holiday to Barbados as a reward for their efforts.’
  • 41) ‘As a reward for their efforts, the school was awarded Arts Mark Gold, a top award from the Arts Council, for its excellent provision in arts.’
  • 42) ‘Boyden remembers hearing that when Pegahmagabow returned to Canada, he was made a conquering hero before the promises of rewards for hard service evaporated.’
  • 43) ‘But I am now reaping the rewards of this effort in this trip.’
  • 44) ‘Despite the hard work, government service has its own rewards, says Yorac.’
  • 45) ‘Councillor Sultan Ali said other authorities were reaping the rewards of using counselling services with children.’
  • 46) ‘Good leaders create opportunities to provide rewards, recognition and thanks to staff members.’
  • 47) ‘Solomon Linda's descendants are still waiting for rewards and recognition for his talents.’
  • 48) ‘Three and four-day walks respectively, each provide rich rewards for efforts spent.’
  • 49) ‘They gave her a red envelope with 100 New Taiwan dollars as both a traditional Chinese New Year gift and a reward for her good behaviour.’
  • 50) ‘We hope that both the students and their class heads enjoy this day away from the normal school routine, which is one of the rewards for good behaviour under the positive learning programme.’
  • 51) ‘Although the only prize on offer at Olympia was an olive wreath, it is known that victors commonly received other more lucrative rewards when returning to their home city.’
  • 52) ‘The last shot of the film is a front-page photograph of the two women hand in hand, triumphantly waving their reward cheque in return for the recovery of the priceless Nefertiti earrings.’
  • 53) ‘Labour leader Councillor Stuart King argued for a competitive scheme in which estates would fight to recycle the most in return for financial rewards.’
  • 54) ‘The policy involves students getting rewards for good behaviour, culminating in a school trip to a theme park for all those who get the required number of credits.’
  • 55) ‘Gavin gets little treats as a reward for good behaviour.’
  • 56) ‘I know that working towards a PhD means sacrifices, and in my current position it feels that I have definitely sacrificed too much without getting the rewards in return.’
  • 57) ‘These market-driven rewards are not fair or inevitable.’
  • 58) ‘Their success is the fair reward for the long hours of practice.’
  • 59) ‘They're not receiving their fair share of the rewards.’
  • 60) ‘His rewards and returns were waiting in heaven for him!’
  • 61) ‘You've got to put in work before you reap the rewards - and fair enough.’
  • 62) ‘We believe collective licensing ensures that authors, artists and publishers receive a fair reward for the use of their works, while providing users with access to a wealth of published material.’
  • 63) ‘In a report to the meeting, the panel says the current allowances, adding up to a total of £83,000-a-year, are not a fair reward for councillors.’
  • 64) ‘The privacy and autonomy historically associated with the family is seen as a problem, something to be limited and doled out as a reward for appropriate behaviour.’
  • 65) ‘They deserve a fair reward for their labour, too.’
  • 66) ‘For this disinterested behaviour their reward has been a campaign of vilification and innuendo which has left both of them feeling angry and betrayed.’
  • 67) ‘Stand by the cairn and the reward is more than fair.’
  • 68) ‘He was replaced in Switzerland by Salif Diao, who got his reward by returning to the starting line-up.’
  • 69) ‘Pleasure is usually a reward for behaviour patterns that are good for survival and reproduction.’
  • 70) ‘He said new arrangements would aim to provide a fair reward for GPs providing medical cover.’
  • 71) ‘Failure to reap the rewards of what he considered his great talent led to increasingly expressionistic and exhibitionist art.’
  • 72) ‘To support this requires a society in which all citizens are able to make a real commitment and receive a fair reward for that commitment.’
  • 73) ‘Today, expulsion can be the reward for behaviour that one might have expected of clerical students in the past.’
  • 74) ‘That challenge is however starting to reap rewards, with markets opening up for eco-friendly wool.’
  • 75) ‘Soames then took over the mantle and bowled the remaining 24 overs at the football field end and he gained his reward with a return of four for 58.’
  • 76) ‘Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards for such information.’
  • 77) ‘Police are offering rewards for any information about the vigilante, the hostage, or the robber.’
  • 78) ‘Last week police offered a R20000 reward for information leading to finding Liyabona.’
  • 79) ‘Surrey Police offered a reward for information leading to the arrest of Reed in January this year.’
  • 80) ‘Securicor are offering a reward for information leading to the capture of the robbers.’
  • 81) ‘Despite several appeals, including the offer of a cash reward for information, police have not yet caught his killer or killers, although they say the net is closing in.’
  • 82) ‘The scheme, managed by Crimestoppers, will offer the cash rewards for information leading to charges for criminal damage.’
  • 83) ‘There have been no arrests and police are set to offer a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrators.’
  • 84) ‘Prior to passage of the law, a grey area existed where law enforcement officials offered rewards to members of crime organizations in exchange for tips on criminal activities.’
  • 85) ‘The charge came just hours after Crimestoppers announced it was offering its biggest-ever reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killers.’
  • 86) ‘Boodle & Dunthorne is also offering a £50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the criminals.’
  • 87) ‘Securicor chiefs have offered the cash reward for information leading to the arrest of the thieves.’
  • 88) ‘Several handsome rewards were offered for information leading to the arrest of the Monkey Man.’
  • 89) ‘He was hoping that the R5000 reward being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those involved in the killings will bring witnesses forward.’
  • 90) ‘It claims there have been 455 cases of vandalism, half of them in New York, and is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of workers.’
  • 91) ‘While Russia has offered rewards before for information on the rebels' whereabouts, the reward offered yesterday was by far the biggest yet.’
  • 92) ‘Lady DuBay offered fabulous rewards for any information regarding traitors.’
  • 93) ‘Offering a cash reward to capture criminals is a good idea.’
  • 94) ‘Defenders is offering rewards for information leading to the conviction of the persons responsible for all of these acts.’
  • 95) ‘The Royal Bank of Scotland today offered a £15,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the two robbers.’
  • 96) ‘He was rewarded with a title shot against the great Jack Dempsey in New York on September 14, 1923.’
  • 97) ‘The three athletes were rewarded with a sight-seeing night out in London before travelling home the following day.’
  • 98) ‘And all too often, boys are only rewarded for how well they do at sport rather than for anything else they do.’
  • 99) ‘If there was every a case for someone being rewarded for a lifetime of devotion it's the phenomenal Nathaniel Lofthouse.’
  • 100) ‘The first three people who came to the stage with photographs of their wives were rewarded with gift hampers.’
  • 101) ‘He was rewarded with a performance that coach Mathias Ahrens would have preferred to have seen last week against Japan.’
  • 102) ‘I believe in public servants being rewarded for the jobs they do because, let's face it, it's work no one else wants.’
  • 103) ‘Instead, I was rewarded with insight on how to read and understand baseball statistics.’
  • 104) ‘Children were rewarded for raising money through a sponsored obstacle course last month, with a day of fun and frolics.’
  • 105) ‘He feels very happy and believes the time he devotes is well spent because he is generously rewarded with love.’
  • 106) ‘James was rewarded for his hard work, capturing the Senior Victor Ludorum title.’
  • 107) ‘Students were rewarded for their wonderful work at all kinds of major events.’
  • 108) ‘There are many brilliant planners out there who deserve to be rewarded and encouraged.’
  • 109) ‘I think I deserve to be rewarded handsomely, and the weather forecast suggests that the omens are good.’
  • 110) ‘BoS reports that just four people in Bedfordshire were rewarded in the New Year honours list, all with MBEs.’
  • 111) ‘Put in simple terms, ‘good behaviour is rewarded and bad behaviour is punished’.’
  • 112) ‘And since we are in the realm of myths and fairytales, she deserves to be rewarded.’
  • 113) ‘Of course people are expected to do a fair amount of work but generally they are well rewarded and enjoy good working practices and conditions.’
  • 114) ‘Both these stories have a father and two sons and in both the younger son is received back into the family and rewarded.’
  • 115) ‘The presentation party welcomed 120 juveniles and their families to Carlow Town Hurling Club to reward a busy year for the club.’
  • 116) ‘Therefore, I believe we have to reward investments in technology, we have to reward quality.’
  • 117) ‘Packing was an occupation that rewarded innate qualities and paid little regard to status or civility.’
  • 118) ‘Both see a system that doesn't reward quality, whether it's apples grown with Integrated Pest Management or tender lean beef.’
  • 119) ‘And again unbalances the alleged reason for the awards… to reward quality, not hype.’
  • 120) ‘St Lucia will be on display for the cricketing world - a world that shuns mediocrity, that rewards quality and class.’
  • 121) ‘Glanbia Agribusiness wishes to highlight and reward the excellent quality of the malting barley supplied by its growers.’
  • 122) ‘Amid those campaigning for Maloney and Boyd, there are a sizeable number of players who would prefer to reward the goal tally and skills of Hearts' Rudi Skacel.’
  • 123) ‘On top of that, the government rewards the years of income that a graduate has sacrificed to study by making HECS debt the first call on a graduate's income.’
  • 124) ‘In the short-term, the stock market will reward stocks, but Wednesday's Institute for Supply Management's gauge will look at manufacturing strength.’
  • 125) ‘Set-pieces, potentially important at a venue which doesn't reward width, will be among the priorities when the squad gather in Hamilton tomorrow.’
  • 126) ‘That is not something the political process is designed to reward these days.’
  • 127) ‘Still, insiders say that Perenchio rewards the good years with hefty bonuses, paying $30 million out of his own pocket three years ago.’
  • 128) ‘Rather than simply rewarding kills, the system rewards the amount you heal your teammates, vehicles repaired, assists for kills, base defends… the list goes on.’
  • 129) ‘Light heavyweights don't typically win the overall because bodybuilding tends to reward size above all other physique parameters.’
  • 130) ‘These are all reasons why some old varieties have fallen aside, doomed in a modern market place that seems to reward size, looks and shelf life.’
  • 131) ‘Tactically, bear market rallies reward buyers of low quality stocks, which tend to be highly geared and react sharply to such short-lived momentum.’
  • 132) ‘Mr Fallon said IFA was fully committed to the introduction of a lamb quality assurance scheme which would properly reward producers for quality production.’
  • 133) ‘To help encourage people to have children, and to help them better afford quality childcare and to reward the investment they make in society, parents should be given a tax cut.’
  • 134) ‘The International Food And Beverage Creative Excellence Awards were set up six years ago to reward quality creative work done for clients in the food industry.’
  • 135) ‘Texas cattle feeder Michael Bezner chuckles when he hears that Excel rewards quality beef with better prices.’
  • 136) ‘Watsonians' resurgence was finally rewarded by a thoroughly deserved try by centre Colin Gregor.’
  • 137) ‘In my opinion this sort of arrogance deserves to be rewarded by denying parole.’
  • 138) ‘There has been a lot of teamwork and trust and that deserves to be rewarded by having new investment.’
  • 139) ‘The fans that have supported him during the recent bleak seasons deserved to be rewarded by a further six months.’
  • 140) ‘His inexperience as a racing driver is set to be rewarded on the show as he receives an award in the next couple of weeks.’
  • 141) ‘He has been rewarded by healthy box-office returns in America, where the film opened last month.’
  • 142) ‘Today, the discriminating traveller will still be well rewarded by a summer holiday in this area.’
  • 143) ‘At the beach, she prayed to God, demanding that their faith be rewarded by the return of Bing.’
  • 144) ‘The ascent has to be achieved on the first day and is rewarded on the second day with a spectacular sunrise and panoramic view of Costa Rica.’
  • 145) ‘You could be rewarded by seeking more information before you take a chance.’
  • 146) ‘If you guess right, you could well be rewarded by some handsome returns.’
  • 147) ‘Another advantage is that good behaviour is rewarded as permits that are not needed may be sold.’
  • 148) ‘In turn, it shows how religious values inspire behavior not rewarded by the market or state.’

Examples

  • 1) Pay awards are linked to earnings per share after adjustments for exceptional items.
  • 2) The hospital has finally apologised and the family has been awarded 17,500 in compensation.
  • 3) This is the story of three American veterans who meet just before an awards presentation.
  • 4) There were few arguments at the award, just bemused looks.
  • 5) If he is awarded compensation for the way they handled the raid on his home, who will pay?
  • 6) The small amount awarded by the judge, which was not challenged, showed the extent of the dishonest nature of the claim.
  • 7) They deserve these awards just as much as the stars who get them.
  • 8) What is the justification for these pay awards?
  • 9) What kind of idiotic system awards that amount to one person while millions get none?
  • 10) They are competing for the best actress and best actor awards respectively.
  • 11) They awarded her no compensation and no payment in lieu of her notice period.
  • 12) It was great to see them get an award for something that happened so long ago.
  • 13) You can watch the awards magnet in action from today.
  • 14) The court awarded the buyer compensation for the cost of repairs.
  • 15) An incredible number of penalty awards are just kicked into touch.
  • 16) The award matches the amount the foundation is spending on the project from its own funds.
  • 17) There have been four or five decent nominees for the best actor award but no obvious winner.
  • 18) These schemes deal with complaints made by tenants or landlords about agents and they can award compensation.
  • 19) Many more received other major awards for bravery in battle.
  • 20) The actual amount of the award is determined by the agency head.
  • 21) The investigation dragged on for two years and five months and we were not awarded any compensation.
  • 22) The payout is likely to revive the controversy over pay and awards at those banks supported by the taxpayer.
  • 23) Nor is that the only unknown: divorce awards are something of a postcode lottery.
  • 24) This year's awards have just taken place.
  • 25) Last week his performance secured him the award for actor of the year at the Hollywood film festival.
  • 26) Most public sector employers follow the recommendations of the pay review bodies, awarding equal pay across the country.
  • 27) Second, the damages a court awards in a civil lawsuit will not be covered under most church insurance policies.
  • 28) For this action he was awarded the Military Cross.
  • 29) Two-thirds, therefore, are awarded for something else.
  • 30) Ronnie Barron, an agent with the UT & TSU Extension in Cheatham County, can add the title award-winning photographer to his list of many accomplishments.
  • 31) As you may have noticed, I am making some changes to the site in preparation for changes in the way the award is administered.
  • 32) In keeping with Cooper-Hewitt's definition of design as a force for change, the jury for the award is asked to take into account the extent to which the general public has benefited from the explorations and achievements of each nominee.
  • 33) But the award is also likely to trigger anger among nationalists who see it as a slap in China's face.
  • 34) But on reflection does it not just show what sort of world we live in when the award is actually given to them?
  • 35) More information about the award is available here, and a picture of Neil and the award is available here.
  • 36) This award is arguably the most prestigious offered to a contemporary designer in Australia, with a prize of $30,000.
  • 37) ‘A good case can be made for including only finishes for which prize money is awarded.’
  • 38) ‘The jury at Cannes last year agreed, awarding it the Jury Prize.’
  • 39) ‘I used to run a bar in East London and made the mistake a couple years ago of awarding the fancy dress prize at a New Year's Eve party to a guy dressed as a suicide bomber.’
  • 40) ‘For once, therefore, the Booker panel made the right decision in awarding last year's prize to The Line of Beauty.’
  • 41) ‘And, that if somebody gets injured and it is their own fault, even if they manage to convince a lawyer to act for them, the Court will not award them compensation.’
  • 42) ‘The DJs play a game where they award winners great prizes.’
  • 43) ‘In the long-running debate about relocating the capital there is popular reluctance to award it the prize.’
  • 44) ‘It would be a just exercise of discretion to award them compensation for the sites acquired.’
  • 45) ‘While it's a good video, it's a bit of a slight idea to award some sort of prize to, don't you think?’
  • 46) ‘In rare cases when errors are discovered, TPIR awards the contestant the prize.’
  • 47) ‘My friend, these people have done their work some time before they were awarded the Nobel prize.’
  • 48) ‘He looks quite happy to award them the top prize.’
  • 49) ‘He proposed using the two available prizes to award them both.’
  • 50) ‘Under their plan, a business-financed fund would award claimants a fixed payment based on how sick they are.’
  • 51) ‘First they award a valuable cash prize to a prominent female scientist (for more details, see below).’
  • 52) ‘She said the SNP would award pay increases to nurses as well as implement a new consultants' contract which increases the level of NHS work consultants carry out.’
  • 53) ‘Vote for your favourite in the comments below and we'll award them a special TSSH prize next week.’
  • 54) ‘Seven members of the IOC panel voted in favour of awarding a gold medal to the Canadians.’
  • 55) ‘The Presidential Medal of Freedom is the highest civil honor our nation can bestow and we award it today to 12 outstanding individuals.’
  • 56) ‘British companies are still awarding their executives massive pay bonuses despite a press and shareholder outcry.’
  • 57) ‘The Commission objected and a deal was finally struck allowing Uefa to award broadcasting rights contracts for a maximum period of three years.’
  • 58) ‘The contracts are being awarded exclusively to US firms and are by invitation only.’
  • 59) ‘They must rue awarding him a three-year contract in January.’
  • 60) ‘However, the committee has a problem with awarding contracts without bidding.’
  • 61) ‘Members of the playing field association met last night to discuss which of three consultants to award the £25,000 contract to carry out the feasibility study.’
  • 62) ‘And yet, the department of homeland security chose to award this critically important contract to a foreign company.’
  • 63) ‘The call comes on the heels of the Council finally making a decision to award its Dog kennelling contract after two years of debate.’
  • 64) ‘State contracts should be awarded to bidders who offer the best value for money.’
  • 65) ‘This awards Ministry of Defence contracts to defence companies.’
  • 66) ‘The process for awarding such a large contract was far from satisfactory, nevertheless.’
  • 67) ‘But now, members of Congress are questioning whether the military can award such a contract to a company controlled by foreign entities.’
  • 68) ‘She managed to persuade commissioning editor, Anna Home, to award Scotland a commission for a new programme.’
  • 69) ‘The Pentagon awards a $300 million security contract in Iraq to a foreign company.’
  • 70) ‘Contracts for the regeneration project are set to be awarded within the next few weeks.’
  • 71) ‘The contract will probably not even be awarded until after the games in late autumn.’
  • 72) ‘Iraqi authorities are expecting by the end of August to award the first three postwar oil contracts.’
  • 73) ‘Airport bosses have lobbied the Government to award Waterford a public service obligation contract so it could obtain more Government aid.’
  • 74) ‘Commissioners are unclear how long the process of awarding the state's final license will take.’
  • 75) ‘Bankers say they are also a good guide to the future, with corporate clients more likely to award advisory work to investment banks that have successfully advised on a number of large deals.’
  • 76) ‘Women from across Yorkshire were honoured yesterday in awards recognising their outstanding achievements.’
  • 77) ‘Nobody ever said it would be easy to establish an annual awards ceremony honouring the best productions in Scottish film and television.’
  • 78) ‘The annual award recognizes outstanding achievements in sports turf management among the 180 state members.’
  • 79) ‘He was presented with a special recognition award to mark his achievements since his days as young student at the old Waterville Vocational School.’
  • 80) ‘He received the youth achievement award at the awards ceremony.’
  • 81) ‘A couple who gave their 50th blood donation were presented with awards to mark their achievement.’
  • 82) ‘This award honours the great achievements of people aged 16 or under who make a positive commitment to their local community life.’
  • 83) ‘Books and articles are now commissions and performances, and an increased emphasis is placed upon awards, recognitions and honours.’
  • 84) ‘High-flying students from Year 10 and above were awarded prizes and awards for their effort and achievements at the school's annual speech day yesterday.’
  • 85) ‘He was honoured with recognition, awards, and fellowships all through his life.’
  • 86) ‘Several American institutions have given him awards and prizes in recognition of his services.’
  • 87) ‘Andrew, aged just 15, received an award to mark his achievement from his school De La Salle College.’
  • 88) ‘He collected a swathe of international honours, awards and prizes along the way, not least the Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology.’
  • 89) ‘The Federation of Small Businesses has launched its annual business awards, which honour the cream of south Wiltshire enterprise.’
  • 90) ‘Ever since then, the annual awards have given recognition to the stinkiest media performances of the year.’
  • 91) ‘The Les Routiers annual awards honour establishments which, in the panel's opinion, excel and go the extra mile.’
  • 92) ‘Young volunteers from across Greater Manchester have had their achievements celebrated at an awards ceremony.’
  • 93) ‘One of these is our annual sports awards where we honour those who give of their all in various sporting codes.’
  • 94) ‘Laois County Council has established a literature award to mark the annual Bealtaine Literature Festival, which is now in its eight year.’
  • 95) ‘The Clare Lake Development Committee in Claremorris was also honoured with a national award at the same ceremony.’
  • 96) ‘Some €142 million of that amount was paid out in compensation awards, with the balance made up of legal and administrative costs.’
  • 97) ‘Even students who are not eligible for the full amount of these awards pay nothing up front, unlike the present system which requires an annual fixed fee of £1, 125.’
  • 98) ‘Law-abiding drivers will have to fork out extra to pay for compensation awards to victims of some 1,000 hit-and-run incidents being dealt with by insurers.’
  • 99) ‘Some of the many benefits available to AORN members include scholarship awards and education grants through the AORN Foundation.’
  • 100) ‘He also ridiculed artists and writers who apply for Arts Council funding - despite the fact he has received about #20,000 from it in grants, awards and bursaries.’
  • 101) ‘The Committee also recommended that the Foundation fund $120,000 for AORN scholarships and grant awards.’
  • 102) ‘Around £120,000 has already been collected towards the double renovation project in the form of promised grants and awards.’
  • 103) ‘Is it that claims for severe injuries are increasing or that the monetary amount of awards continues to increase?’
  • 104) ‘The alimony award granted to his wife jeopardized Hall's ownership of his property, threatening his status as an independent producer.’
  • 105) ‘Then the court must decide whether the unjust enrichment should be compensated through a monetary award or through the granting of a proprietary interest.’
  • 106) ‘The amount of the scholarship award will be determined on the basis of available funds and the financial need of the participant.’
  • 107) ‘As we have seen, the Commission considered that the RPI index provided a suitable mechanism for adjusting awards to compensate for the fall in the value of money.’
  • 108) ‘Below are charts that show the numbers of grants, the amount of annual awards and grant distribution.’
  • 109) ‘Compensation awards in the UK are dwarfed by the huge sums paid out in the US to women who have successfully raised complaints of sex discrimination and harassment.’
  • 110) ‘But he made it clear that the Government would not be coerced into conceding pay awards which threatened wage inflation as other public sector employees tried to catch up.’
  • 111) ‘Where there are multiple victims and there are insufficient funds to meet all victims' awards, the available money will be paid out on a proportional basis.’
  • 112) ‘Now the measure would cut Pell grant awards at the same time that tuition continues to soar.’
  • 113) ‘In previous years unions have linked the rising cost of living to larger pay awards.’
  • 114) ‘This would be backed by a so-called Book of Quantum which would help determine a scale of compensation awards.’
  • 115) ‘Almost 83 per cent of the school's $260 000 in award money was granted to male athletes.’
  • 116) ‘The commission also recommends that social welfare payments should be deducted from the appropriate component of any award of damages.’
  • 117) ‘This month the court of appeal upheld the High Court's award of damages for infringement of his copyright.’
  • 118) ‘Where the harm is attributable partly to the fault of the defendant and partly to that of the claimant then any award of damages may be reduced by reason of the claimant's contributory negligence.’
  • 119) ‘The court also set aside the tribunal's award of damages.’
  • 120) ‘But that was the substratum for the judge's award of damages.’
  • 121) ‘The bailout bill limits the amount of damages the victims can collect, by forbidding any award of punitive damages against the airlines.’
  • 122) ‘Any reasonable award of damages is likely to be so low in comparison to the costs of a trial that those costs will be entirely disproportionate to the issues at stake for the parties.’
  • 123) ‘It followed that the master's award of damages for the owner's increased costs of completion had to be set aside.’
  • 124) ‘Parenthetically, it is inconsistent with his submission that there should be no award of damages for loss of opportunity.’
  • 125) ‘First the court has made no award of damages to the claimants.’
  • 126) ‘Hence any award of damages has to be reduced on account of that by one-third.’
  • 127) ‘A judge's award of general damages is not intrinsically better than a jury's.’
  • 128) ‘The case that was put by the appellants was there should be no award for these damages.’
  • 129) ‘We are not told how this action is being funded, or who is to benefit and to what extent from any award of damages.’
  • 130) ‘Take such a factor as a potentially higher award of damages.’
  • 131) ‘Accordingly, no award of compensation was made.’
  • 132) ‘He says that if he wins, all money from punitive damages and any award for breach of academic freedom will go into a trust fund for academic freedom.’
  • 133) ‘I do not accept that the evidence in this case warrants continuing an award of compensatory support.’
  • 134) ‘Take, for example, the issue of the award of discretionary grants to students.’
  • 135) ‘An interim report by council chief executive, made public in February, has already uncovered serious concerns about the award of the grant.’
  • 136) ‘Congress mandates that federal agencies award 23% of contracts to small businesses.’
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