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Sherri Anne Green is an award-winning Realtor with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage having earned the prestigious International President’s Circle Award designating her among the top 5% internationally.
The instances of perhaps college football’s most prestigious program resisting temptations to join a conference are far too many to name here.
There is a significant gender gap in prestigious economics journals, according to new analysis of decades of data.
Big tech isn’t the only sector hiring top artificial intelligence talent from the US’s most prestigious PhD programs.
Established in 1942, the Regeneron Science Talent Search, or STS, is the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and math competition.
When he was 24, Yang landed a job in New York at Davis Polk, one of the most prestigious law firms in the world.
These are some of the prestigious merits of the bicycle, though many more might be added.
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This was the title of the cover page of the prestigious magazine, "The Economist" in its issue of 10/1/98.
AFTER THE RAINSAM VAKNIN
He had had nothing out of them—nothing of the prestigious or the desirable things of the earth, craved for by predatory natures.
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The "prestigious feat" of causing flowers to appear in winter was a common one.

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