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money offered, won, or received in prizes.
a portion of the money realized from the sale of a prize, especially an enemy's vessel, divided among the captors.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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That's because a good racer can make its owner millions of dollars in
-and even more than that if it becomes a breeder.
He'd threaten a no-show unless the promoters ponied up more
Some cheaters simply want to wield more power, while others are lured by
offered in tournaments.
Or simply cast your vote for a project, then watch the solutions unfold online as winning teams put their
He had begun to enter provincial story contests and collect modest
To solve the problem, he proposed creating a sanctioning body that would bank and guarantee the
for the races.
It seems to me prizes are for younger folks who need the recognition, and sometimes plainly the
Bloodstock markets are driven not by
but by stallion values.
There is no
on offer: athletes compete only for the glory of gold, silver and bronze.
has touched people from all walks of life.
British Dictionary definitions for
any money offered, paid, or received as a prize
(formerly) a part of the money realized from the sale of a captured vessel
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