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The men’s field is led by world bronze medalists Yul Moldauer, Donnell Whittenburg and Brandon Wynn.
Jones and Russell became roommates, and in 1956, back-to-back NCAA champions and gold medalists at the Summer Olympics in Melbourne, Australia.
Charles Combe died; an eminent English physician and critic, and highly distinguished as a medalist.
Meantime, I would enjoy myself and prepare to bear off the more shining honors of the orator and society-medalist.
JOHN MARVEL, ASSISTANTTHOMAS NELSON PAGE
Benedetto Pistrucci, medalist to the queen of England, died at Windsor, aged 73.
John Foy Vaillant, a celebrated French physician, medalist and traveler, died.
William Wyon, a celebrated British medalist and die sinker, died at Brighton, aged 57.

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION