- n.奖赏,奖金,奖品,捕获,捕获物,战利品 adj.得奖的 vt.珍视,估价,捕获,撬,撬开
- They argue that the law will dramatically increase costs to the public without providing public benefits-a contention backed in court papers by many of the nation's leading economists including five nobel prize winners.
- They awarded him the nobel prize.
- He won the first prize for his original design.
- He wins the prize by propound the theory.
- He won first prize in the annual new hampshire fishing derby.
- He took the first prize.
- The great white hunter's bagged his prize.
- Maybe you'll win a pulitzer prize.
- A writer who has his sights trained on the nobel prize or other earthly triumphs had best write a novel a poem or a play and leave the essayist to ramble about content with living a free life and enjoying the satisfactions of a somewhat undisciplined existence.
- Also outright title to my prizewinning hybrid rose bushes.
- Like the modern olympic games winning athletes of ancient olympic games were heros who put their home towns on the map but there were no medals cash prizes or prizes kn goods for the winners they would only get a simple wreath of wild olive.
- The prize had originally been a wreath of parsley.
- Was battered and bloodied in the prize ring;
- Goes to college the period in me I have joined the school press corps has become a student reporter has written many news and the literature manuscript moreover had a news work to win "the shandong province university news prize" the second prize.
- In a culture in which group effectiveness is so prized razzle-dazzle individual performances are discouraged.