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award

Law
a. the decision of an arbitrator
b. a grant made by a court of law, esp of damages in a civil action

award

A communication from an owner accepting a bid or negotiated proposal. An award creates legal obligations between the parties.
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org Deadline: TBA; Number awarded: 12 per quarter Requirements: awarded by audition
It was awarded to Kelly and Steve Rome, owners and operators of Rome's Your Independent Grocers.
VFA-82 was awarded the Top Hook Award for having the best landing grades among all squadrons in CVW-1 during their 2003-2004 deployment.
District winners are awarded a commemorative crystal globe and a year's free membership.
It is awarded to an ACA member who has already received a section award and continues to give service to at least three sections or districts.
This sparkling trophy and a $10,000 scholarship is awarded to the winner of the final USA TODAY/ESPN/WBCA Top 25 Poll, and is presented at the concluding function of the WBCA National Convention.
As the metalcasting industry's highest honor, the AFS Gold medals are awarded annually at the AFS Casting Congress to industry leaders who have made the greatest difference through outstanding technical, engineering, research, management, service and education contributions.
The result is that damages awarded in cases originating from gender discrimination suits will no longer be excludible from income.
Mary Jones was awarded $50,000 for sexual harassment by her employer.
In many instances, the attorney's fees of the plaintiff awarded under 1988 exceed the damages awarded to the plaintiff.
ClientLogic was also awarded the Microsoft Global Outsourcing (MGO) Vendor Excellence Award for demonstrating "excellence in quality of service.