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the Nobel Prize for chemistry
Previous winners of the prize have been Quincy Jones and Dizzy Gillespie.
There's a chance to win a prize if you can answer this question.
The prize is awarded annually to an individual or group of people.
Instead of winning first prize, Norman finished fourth.
This is the British English definition of prize. View American English definition of prize.
horse racing on flat ground with no fences or jumping
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