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Pulitzer Prize

n.
Any of several awards established by Joseph Pulitzer and conferred annually for accomplishment in various fields of American journalism, literature, and music.
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Pulitzer prize

n
1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) one of a group of prizes established by Joseph Pulitzer and awarded yearly since 1917 for excellence in American journalism, literature, and music
2. (Journalism & Publishing) one of a group of prizes established by Joseph Pulitzer and awarded yearly since 1917 for excellence in American journalism, literature, and music
3. (Music, other) one of a group of prizes established by Joseph Pulitzer and awarded yearly since 1917 for excellence in American journalism, literature, and music
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Pu′litzer Prize′


n.
any of the annual prizes, as in journalism, literature, or music, established by Joseph Pulitzer.
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A Pullitzer Prize winning play is being brought to the stage in Motherwell next month.
KENDRICK LAMAR THE American rapper this week became the first hip hop star to win a Pullitzer Prize for music with his album, DAMN.
Yergin, who won the Pullitzer Prize with his epic history of the oil industry "The Prize," is ubiquitous at CERAWeek, running the event almost single-handedly, chairing and moderating events from dawn to dusk.
(6) In addition to numerous glowing reviews, The Internal Enemy was a 2013 National Book Award Finalist and a 2014 Pullitzer Prize winner.
Attendees also enjoyed a good laugh with Keynote Speaker and Pullitzer Prize winner, Dave Barry, who reflected on the unique aspects of South Florida living.
The Pullitzer Prize photography gallery shows 'the power of the moment,' and the news history gallery runs from the Declaration of Independence to Watergate and on.
His leaking of information to Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward, linking the White House to the scandal, would help win the newspaper a Pullitzer Prize for its coverage, but for three decades Felt insisted his name be kept out of it.
On the subject of the Gormless One, apparently he's adamant England would have won the World Cup if Wayne Rooney hadn't been sent off - which is a bit like me saying this column would win a Pullitzer Prize, if I could write (er, Rob, there's only one L in Pulitzer - Ed).
'It will.' Electrifying Streetcar: The memorable 1951 film A Streetcar Named Desire is based on the Pullitzer Prize winning Tennessee Williams play of the same name written in 1947.
Dr Seuss won the 1984 Pullitzer Prize for his contribution to children's literature.
BORN in 1913, dead at 53 and a schizophrenic in between, Delmore won the Pullitzer Prize with a book about Jewish intellectuals in America, called In Dreams Begin Responsibilities.
In 1972 the Pullitzer Prize was awarded for a photo of her as a young girl, fleeing naked and screaming from her village, which had just been napalm-bombed by Americans; it is constantly reprinted.