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  • #76381
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    B = Blue ribbon

    #76440
    Dorothy Donn
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    • Junior

    C = C Awards – U.S. Army Commanders may now recommend their troops for 12 types of awards affixed with new “C” devices, products of an internal review focused on honoring drone operators, cyber warfare specialists and others who use emerging technology to influence the battlefield in unconventional ways.

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    #76444
    Sharon Murray
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    D- Diploma

    #76445
    libera
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    E = Emmys or Emmy Award

    #76450
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    F = first place

    #76453
    Michele
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    • 1234
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    G = Gold Medal

    #76457
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    H = Heisman Trophy

    American college football award

    #76575
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2142
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    I = Invictus Games, where everyone is a winner!

    #76577
    Sharla
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    J = Jimmy awards (National High School Musical Theatre Awards,)

    #76579
    Michele
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    K = Kids Choice Awards

    I’ve been slimed!

    #76587
    Susan Ewart
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    L = Loo of the Year Awards (from google, who knew?)

    An award for toilets. That’s right, ladies and gentlemen. Loos. The Loo of the Year Awards does exactly what it says on the tin and recognises the cleanest, most accessible and well-equipped toilets in the UK. But don’t expect any toilet humour here, these awards are very important for those in the hospitality, cleaning and facilities management sectors!

    #76588
    Sharla
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    M = Masters Degree

    #76589
    libera
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    N = NAS Prize    National Academy of Sciences

    #76593
    Kathy Trush
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    O = Oops Choice Awards

    #76595
    Cassel
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    • 2142
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    Kathy, I think you just noticed the answers from the first page. We are at the letter O now.

    #76610
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    O = Ovation Awards

    #76611
    MoniqueN.
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    • 282
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    P = personal awards

    #76612
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    • 1355
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    Q = Quiet Awards = recognises quiet products, from power tools to washing machines.

    #76613
    Sharla
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    R = Running awards

    #76616
    Dorothy Donn
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    S = Sandford Fleming Award was instituted in 1982 by the Royal Canadian Institute. It consists of the Sandford Fleming Medal with Citation. It is awarded annually to a Canadian who has made outstanding contributions to the public understanding of science. It is named in honor of Sandford Fleming.[1]

    #76617
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    T = Teacher of the Year Award

    #76624
    Sharla
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    • 43
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    U = United Nations Public Service Awards

    #76625
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    • 1355
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    V = Vanderbilt Cup

    auto racing

    #76627
    Ann Seeber
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    W = W Awards (renamed from Women in Architecture) They have a nice logo

     

    #76639
    Michele
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    • 1234
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    X = XAwards

    Yes, I had to google for X:

    “Out of context, the X in XAwards feels like it could stand for pretty much anything; ‘extreme’, or even ‘x-rated’, but what it really stands for is ‘experience’. These pan-European awards seek to identify exemplary digital experiences at start-ups and reward them with financial prizes.”

    #76640
    Sharla
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    • 43
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    Y = Yearbook Awards

    #76668
    Sharla
    Participant
    • 43
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    Z = ZSL Awards  (given by the Zoological Society of London)

    #76733
    Dorothy Donn
    Participant
    • 188
    • Junior

    B = BREAKTHROUGH PRIZES IN LIFE SCIENCES, FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS renowned as the “Oscars of Science”, recognizes the world’s top scientists working in the fundamental sciences – the disciplines that ask the biggest questions and find the deepest explanations.

    #76737
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    A = Academy of Country Music Awards

    #76766
    MoniqueN.
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    B = Buma award ( A Dutch award for music and its’ industry 🙂

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