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Rewards for appropriate behavior can be successful in teaching children.
You deserve a day off as a reward for working so hard.
The prize was a just reward for all his hard work.
Police are offering a substantial reward for information leading to the man's capture.
This is the American English definition of reward. View British English definition of reward.
the long central part of a church where people sit
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