Winning is a 1969 American motion picture starring Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. A number of racecar drivers and people associated with racing appear in the film, including Bobby Unser, Tony Hulman, Bobby Grim, Dan Gurney, Roger McCluskey, and Bruce Walkup.
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... Older winning numbers (more than 18 months old) can be checked in the London Gazette Premium Bonds Unclaimed Prizes Supplement ...
... Appeared as Cleaman Hayes in the award winning film Shotgun Stories ... Mark Bell – Award-winning journalist grew up in Talbott and attended high school in Morristown ... for Denny Hamlin Elaine Hendrix – Animal rights activist and award-winning TV/movie actress attended middle and high school in Morristown ...
... It is rare, but possible for all cards to be in the pile without any of the players having any ... If this happens, the game is simply a draw ...
... books include Helter Skelter by Vincent Bugliosi and Curt Gentry Jared Diamond’s Pulitzer Prize-winning best-seller Guns, Germs, and Steel Pulitzer prize-winning historians Annette Gordon-R ... acclaimed naval adventures the works of National Book Award-winning fiction author Andrea Barrett "Khruschev The Man and His Era" by William Taubman "Hitler Hubris" and ...
... In that year Woods also broke the records for the widest winning margin (12 strokes), and the lowest winning score, with 270 (−18) ... who qualified for that year's Masters by winning the 2012 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship ... The highest winning score of 289 (+1) has occurred three times Sam Snead in 1954, Jack Burke, Jr ...
More definitions of "winning":
- (adj): Having won.
Example: "The winning team"
- (adj): Very attractive; capturing interest.
Example: "A winning personality"
Synonyms: fetching, taking
- (noun): Succeeding with great difficulty.
Example: "Winning is not everything"
Famous quotes containing the word winning:
“Theres always something suspect about an intellectual on the winning side.”
—Václav Havel (b. 1936)
“Our security depends on the Allied Powers winning against aggressors. The Axis Powers intend to destroy democracy, it is anathema to them. We cannot provide that aid if the public are against it; therefore, it is our responsibility to persuade the public that aid to the victims of aggression is aid to American security. I expect the members of my administration to take every opportunity to speak to this issue wherever they are invited to address public forums in the weeks ahead.”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)
“Most of our platitudes notwithstanding, self-deception remains the most difficult deception. The tricks that work on others count for nothing in that very well-lit back alley where one keeps assignations with oneself: no winning smiles will do here, no prettily drawn lists of good intentions.”
—Joan Didion (b. 1934)