enshrinee

enshrinee

(ɪnˌʃraɪˈniː)
n
someone who is inducted into a Hall of Fame
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Reed was just as big a playmaker for Baltimore, a safety who fellow enshrinee Ray Lewis called "a gift" to the Ravens and himself.
A 2004 Comic Book Hall of Fame enshrinee, Robinson (1922-2011) began work on "Batman" as an inker and letterer in 1939, when the comic was in its infancy, and is widely credited with co-creating the two iconic characters, along with "Alfred" the butler and the villain "Two-Face." He later formed a studio with Mort Meskin to work on the "Black Terror" and other characters, before exploring other cartooning genres.
A third enshrinee is Cheryl Miller, who led the Trojans to their consecutive national titles with the help of the McGee twins, Pam and Paula.
The Wall Street Journal unblushingly printed hypnotizee; a football game telecast acquainted me with enshrinee (in a hall of fame); in a Boston Globe obituary survivors of the surgical procedure known as a laryngectomy were dubbed laryngectomees; and now that body piercing is becoming ordinary, cutting is carving a new niche via cutter and unspeakably cute cuttee."
Schalk just missed adding a fifth Hall of Fame pitcher to his list when he was removed from a game in 1925 before fellow Cooperstown enshrinee "Chief" Bender came in to pitch the ninth inning (it was Bender's first and only appearance since 1917).
Nearly 1,000 people are expected to attend, including industry leaders and over a dozen returning Enshrinees, including Mission Control Specialist Gene Kranz, X-15 pilot astronaut Joe Engle, Apollo astronaut Walt Cunningham, space shuttle astronauts Charlie Bolden and Hoot Gibson, aviation visionary and test pilot Clay Lacy, general aviation titan Dale Klapmeier and Tuskegee Airman Charles McGee.
Last year, the Strong National Museum of Play added it, the board game Clue and the paper airplane to its long list of National Toy Museum enshrinees. And Sunday, the Rochester Red Wings will celebrate its place in our culture by distributing 1,000 Wiffle balls to fans attending that day's game at Frontier Field against the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.<br />Though named for the strikeout, the Wiffle ball clearly has been a home run.
This year's enshrinees will include Bert Acosta, Alan and Dale Klapmeier, James McDivitt, Emily Howell Warner, and Steve Wittman.
BASEBALL: The British Baseball Hall of Fame has announced that the latest set of annual enshrinees includes former Aston Villa footballer and Warwickshire cricketer, John Devey.
(17) Similarly, I discovered--and corrected--45 RBI errors involving 33 players (including three Cooperstown enshrinees) from the 1945-69 Detroit Tigers.
The image is now available as a limited edition of 24- by 30-inch lithographs, 100 of which have been signed by the artist and four NAHF enshrinees: test pilots Scott Crossfield, Joe Kittinger and Fitz Fulton, as well as Medal of Honor recipient and WWII ace Joe Foss.
The four were joined in an interview session by fellow enshrinees Kevin Mawae, a dominant center for 16 seasons -- and, yes, a player on the 2000s All-Decade team -- Johnny Robinson, Gil Brandt and the family of late Broncos owner Pat Bowlen.