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Most of them, including the winner, wore only a breech-clout and were decked with feathers.
However younger he be, however stronger, he tamely suffers himself to be bound and sold by the winner.
Winner is responsible for all federal, state and local income taxes, if applicable.
In my humble opinion, vanilla is going to be the real winner.
And the winner of our wiliest squirrel contest is.
The winner is the book that takes the longest time to fall apart.
They are only enlivened by technical hitches and the occasional political rant by a drunken winner.
If these obstacles can be overcome, then the biggest winner will be the patient.
The winner establishes a record that others have to break.
At that time, readers can vote online for one readers' choice winner.
The second race to the moon has begun-and this time there will be a big cash payout for the winner.
Judged on creativity and photographic quality, a first place winner was selected in each category by a panel of experts.
We'll keep the polls open for the next two weeks, at which point the winner will be clear to everyone.
The leading actor winner gave an unusual thank-you speech.
Each winner receives a reproduction of the sculpture.
The first team home after registering at eleven checkpoints is the winner.
We'll look to you to nominate a list of candidates, then vote on a winner.
Hats on to the winner, not hats off-and don't even think about a fascinator.
Twice this past summer, the wrong winner was proclaimed.
The winner is clear: religious freedom matters more than access to birth control.
In each category there is one winner and one runner-up.

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