American construction companies were awarded contracts worth millions.
awarded $3.8 million in his civil case, King opened a rap label, but it folded a few years later.
To date, the foundation has awarded over $30 million to over 700 family literacy programs in 49 states.
When he is awarded Player of the Match while competing for India in England, he is given champagne at the ceremony.
He was awarded in 2008 for his commitment keeping drunk drivers off the streets.
Soon Whistler proposed that Sunday receptions should be given in the gallery, and that medals should be awarded.
The tragedy competition was over, and the prizes had been awarded.
Batty Smith was awarded one and a half year's imprisonment, and appealed against his sentence.
Also, in the grand distribution of Austrian prize money, Bismarck was awarded $300,000.
It is individual, and this praise may be awarded the whole work.
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.