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Later he used his masters and prize-winning chums as first-row soldiers.

"Go on with your prize-winning," said the captain haughtily.

In the Brace Stake, all prize-winning braces must have been down twice.

The afternoon was devoted to a parade of prize-winning cattle and horses.

Sinclair showed them his prize-winning stock and the vast fields of crops.

The prize-winning copyist I am telling of copied principles only.

The prize-winning student has gone, and the other boys are talking about him.

The prize-winning salesman, too, is delighted to secure a big order.

At present many of the prize-winning engines are water cooled, as, for instance, the Wright and Curtiss.

She chatted with them both, but ignored entirely the existence of Macdonald, who followed with his prize-winning Siberian dogs.

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