winners circle

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win′ner's cir`cle

a small, usu. circular area at a racetrack where awards are bestowed on winning mounts and their jockeys.
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Batavia's Amy Zabka joined Schlenker in the winners circle with a county title in the shot put (39-3 1/2).The Bulldogs won the 1,600 (4:07.55) and the 3,200 relays (9:27.75).
In other divisions, Lanang led Sportswriter with 111 points at the Club Filipino de Cebu while Winners Circle Golf Club of LAX paced Friendship with 109 at Alta Vista.
Paycoms top placement puts its leadership program in the Winners Circle for Innovation in Deployment of Leadership Programs, recognizing innovation and creativity within an organization for the design and execution of an internal leadership program.
Votes were tallied via a survey of 5 000 people, by Nielsen and the results have placed two of Danones products in the winners circle. Danones NutriDay Smooth and Fruit range won Product of the Year in the yoghurt category and Ultra Mel Vanilla Flavoured Custard claimed the Product of the Year prize in the custard category.
And at Pinx Golf Club Fraser returned to the winners circle, after losing in a play-off at the Australian Masters at the end of 2008, with a final-round three-under-par 69 at the weather-affected 54 hole event.
In the hope that the Texas resident can keep up the good work for a third straight week, the recommendation is to sell him on Sporting's Winners Circle, a market where the winner of the tournament gets zero and everyone else starts with 100, five more being added on for each stroke that player finishes adrift..
"It was nice to get back into the winners circle in Abu Dhabi and the approach this year is going to be approach every event single event as hard as I can.
* Winners Circle, Branding and Website for One New York Plaza, "Always On".
The Winners Circle by Christopher Klim is a clever and witty depiction of just how winning the lottery may not have strictly beneficial factors for the winner.
Hoberman also used his own incentive program, the Winners Circle program, in the school.