Lifetime Achievement Award

Some articles on lifetime achievement award, awards, award, achievement:

American Society For Precision Engineering - Lifetime Achievement Award
... Precision Engineering presents the ASPE Lifetime Achievement Award to individuals who have made significant contributions to the field of Precision Engineering ...
F. Dick - Achievement
... The products of Friedr ... Dick were awarded repeatedly, e ...
Antonia Bennett - Awards and Recognition
... Bennett has won sixteen Grammy Awards and has also received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, as follows (years shown are the year in which the ceremony was held and the award was given ... Traditional Pop Vocal Album, 2012, Duets II Bennett has won two Emmy Awards, as follows (years shown are the year in which the ceremony was held and the award was given, not the ...
List Of Awards And Nominations Received By Clint Eastwood - Awards and Nominations - Special Awards
... Year Ceremony Award 1971 Golden Globes Henrietta Award 1980 American Movie Awards Special Marquee 1982 ShoWest Convention Special Award Male Star of the Decade 1985 Golden ... DeMille Award 1991 Hasty Pudding Theatricals Man of the Year 1993 Golden Boot Awards Golden Boot ShoWest Convention ShoWest Award – Director of the Year 1995 Academy Awards Irving G ... Thalberg Memorial Award Hamburg Film Festival Douglas Sirk Award 1996 ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards ASCAP Award (Top Box Office Films) American Film Institute ...
List Of Awards Received By Ella Fitzgerald - Awards and Accolades - Awards, Citations and Honours
... Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers highest honor (1965) Bing Crosby Lifetime Achievement Award (1967) Honorary chairmanship of the Martin Luther King Foundation (1967) Award ... Bush National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences' Lifetime Achievement Award Pied Piper Award George and Ira Gershwin Award for Outstanding Achievement Honorary doctorates from ...

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