It took Squibb a long time to make it to Hollywood, let alone her role as Kate—which is receiving plenty of awards buzz.
“When we decided to do the awards campaign for La Vie en Rose, I felt the need to go back to Berlitz,” says Cotillard.
Since then he has picked up a clutch of awards for his work.
While Twilight was one of this year's biggest successes at the box office, it has gotten no love at awards shows—until now.
Moments before Oscar ballots are due, The Hurt Locker has gone from awards darling to awards disaster.
If the post of danger is the post of real honor, the Sutler has been scandalously overlooked in all awards.
And who awards not to Milton the richest medal in the Temple of the Muses!
The period was marked by the paucity of awards made to British troops.
After the contest, tea was served in the gymnasium, where the awards were given out.
The chief holds his court at his kraal, in the open air, settles disputes and awards punishments.
late 14c., "decide after careful observation," from Anglo-French awarder, from Old North French eswarder (Old French esguarder) "decide, examine" (after careful consideration), from es- "out" + guarder "to watch" (see guard (n.)). Related: Awarded; awarding.
late 14c., "decision after consideration," from Anglo-French award, Old French esguard, from esguarder (see award (v.)). Meaning "something awarded" is first attested 1590s.