bemedaled

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be·med·aled

or be·med·alled  (bĭ-mĕd′ld)
adj.
Decorated with or wearing medals.

be•med•aled

(bɪˈmɛd ld)

adj.
adorned with many medals.
[1875–80]
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Lead roles will be played by Joseph Gatti, guest artist from the United States, one time principal dancer of the Cincinnati Ballet and a gold medalist in several international ballet competitions; and Candice Adea, another bemedalled dancer and the first Filipino woman to win first prize at the 7th Helsinki International Ballet Competition.
Del Rosario was selected mainly due to his bemedalled career, his role in developing and propagating the sport from the grassroots to the national and international levels, his leadership as Philippine Taekwodo Association secretary general, his meritorious service as taekwondo ambassador and his role as a legislator.
Del Rosario was selected mainly due to his bemedalled career, his role in developing and propagating the sport from the grassroots to the national and international levels, his leadership as Philippine Taekwondo Association secretary general, his meritorious service as taekwondo ambassador and his role as a legislator.
But the first skirmish also demonstrated a president prepared to stand his ground even against a bemedalled warrior.
Sportswoman Rebecca BEc Watanabe, a bemedalled world tenpin bowling champion and veteran journalist Aurelio Galacgac head the roll of honorees who will receive the prestigious Gintong Tala Luminary Award for exemplary leadership and extraordinary services in the citys community development efforts.
He is now a bemedalled athlete, representing his province of Zambales in the Palarong Pambansa.
After some 60 years of essentially fascistic rule -- the forced rallying behind a bemedalled patriarch, pomp and parades and propaganda disguising the reality that the people have no voice -- it was perhaps not surprising that the backlash, when it came, was inarticulate and lacked direction.
Luke Campbell was more bemedalled than any of them and now he marches to Eddie Hearn's tune towards a world title shot in one of the most competitive divisions around.
Looking at them now - venerable, bemedalled - it is easy to forget that they, and the 544 who died, were mere boys when they fought off the invader.
Phelps, who is the most bemedalled Olympic athlete of all time, was pulled over early Tuesday after clocking in at 135 kilometres per hour in a 72 kilometre per hour zone in a Baltimore tunnel in Maryland in the United States.
The bemedalled soldier rose up through the ranks -- often in combat locally and abroad.
Those bemedalled early prove only that we're desperate for bronzed gods and goddesses.