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Although he didn't win the league MVP award, Bryant's 81-point night confirmed his place as the best player in the game.
Atom Egoyan's Exotica wins the International Film Critics' Prize at Cannes; this is the tirst English-Canadian feature to win a major international award since The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz.
The only other Democrat to win the presidency in the years between 1964 and 1992, Jimmy Carter of Georgia, had done so in 1976 essentially by holding most of the liberal-leaning Northeast and carrying all but one state in his native South, the most conservative region of the country.
Central Pet Distribution wins Pet Business Magazine's "Distributor of the Year Award"
When I started riding, I said I wanted to win the Kentucky Derby (he did that with War Emblem in 2002) and do something like this -- win a whole bunch of races at a track in one day.
WIN Enterprises has facilities in the United States, Taiwan, China, Italy, and India enabling cost-effective design, manufacture, and fulfillment for customers around the world.
I don't think you have to win a race to win the championship at all, if you're consistent.
He will get a chance to add his eighth win of the season tonight at Irwindale Speedway.
Dixon was able to break the winning Andretti Green stranglehold last year by taking the road course event at Watkins Glen in New York for his only win of the year.