More to the point, Mr. Robinson, is whether Griffith would get the award today.
His idea of a good photograph book was him receiving this award or that award.
Beijing's reaction to the award announcement in October was swift as it was harsh.
Lindsey Stirling, a violinist, won an award for a remix of a Psy song she performed with an a capella group.
Is it really a snub when Julia Louis-Dreyfus is the one winning the award?
We shall not award a prize to and print a poor story, even if it chance to be the best received by us in this competition.
The reader, however, cannot fail to award justice to the wrong-doers.
In this way alone can we form a right judgment of his powers, and award him his due place in art.
Here, at the sixth award, let us make an end; all that remains is to set the crown on our discourse.
It is, however, not at all certain that the rule laid down in this award will find general recognition in theory and practice.
late 14c., "decide after careful observation," from Anglo-French awarder, from Old North French eswarder (Old French esguarder) "decide, examine" (after careful consideration), from es- "out" + guarder "to watch" (see guard (n.)). Related: Awarded; awarding.
late 14c., "decision after consideration," from Anglo-French award, Old French esguard, from esguarder (see award (v.)). Meaning "something awarded" is first attested 1590s.