Win

Win may also refer to:

  • Win (or epic win), the opposite of the internet meme fail
  • Win (David Bowie song), a 1975 song by David Bowie
  • Win (baseball), a statistical credit given to a pitcher
  • Win (band), a Scottish band
  • Win FM, an Indian radio station
  • Win, a type of bet offered by UK bookmakers
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Win4Lin, a Windows-related software application
  • Win (song), a song by Brian McKnight
People
  • Ne Win (c. 1910–2002), a Burmese military commander
  • Soe Win (born c. 1948), the prime minister of Myanmar
  • Nyan Win, the foreign minister of Myanmar (since 2004)
  • Win Lyovarin, a Thai writer
  • Win Butler, lead singer and songwriter of band The Arcade Fire
  • Win Rockefeller, Politician, Farmer, Businessman

WIN may refer to:

  • WIN Party, a small New Zealand political party
  • WIN Television, an Australian television network
    • WIN News, the news service for WIN Television
    • WIN Corporation, the owner of WIN Television
  • White-Indian-Negro, an old usage for Métis, triracial isolates
  • "Whip inflation now", a slogan that appeared on buttons during the mid-1970s
  • Wireless Intelligent Network, a concept in development to transport the resources of an intelligent network to a wireless network
  • Winona (Amtrak station), a train station in Winona, Minnesota, by its Amtrak station code
  • Winchester railway station (three-letter station code) in England
  • WIN chemical compounds, including WIN 55,212-2, first produced by Sterling Winthrop Pharmaceuticals
  • Winnipeg, a city in Canada
  • Weight-control Information Network, the national information service of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
  • Wound-induced protein, a type of plant protein

WiN may refer to:

  • Wolność i Niezawisłość (Freedom and Independence), an underground Polish anticommunist organization in 1945-1952

Other articles related to "win":

1951 In Sports - Baseball
... Heard 'Round the World, to give the Giants a 5–4 win over the Brooklyn Dodgers for the National League title ... World Series – The New York Yankees win 4 games to 2 over the New York Giants ... Japan Series – The Yomiuri Giants win 4 games to 2 over the Nankai Hawks ...
30th Academy Awards
... Joanne Woodward's win for Best Actress for her triple role as Eve White, Eve Black and Jane in The Three Faces of Eve marked the film as the last film to win Best ... for the most nominations without a single win (9) with The Little Foxes ... until 1977 when The Turning Point got 11 nominations without a win, which has not been broken since, though The Color Purple subsequently tied the record ...
Cree Language - Names
... Endonyms are Nēhiyawēwin ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ (Plains Cree), Nīhithawīwin (Woods Cree), Nēhinawēwin and Nehirâmowin (Atikamekw), Nehilawewin (Western ...
1983 In Sports - American Football
... Paul "Bear" Bryant, noted college football coach Super Bowl XVII – The Washington Redskins win their first Super Bowl title, and first NFL title since 1942, 27-17 over the Miami Dolphins ... The Miami Hurricanes win their first national championship over the Nebraska Cornhuskers 31-30 in the Orange Bowl ... Michigan Panthers win United States Football League Championship, 24-22 over Philadelphia Stars October 31 – death of George Halas, Chicago Bears founder and coach ...
1969 In Sports - Cricket
... at Sydney in the Fifth Test Match to win the series 3-1 March 8 Rioting stops the final match of England's tour of Pakistan on the third day ... the West Indies at Headingley in the Third Test Match to win the series 2-0 August 26 - England defeat New Zealand at The Oval in the Third Test Match to ...

Famous quotes containing the word win:

    To win by strategy is no less the role of a general than to win by arms.
    Julius Caesar [Gaius Julius Caesar] (100–44 B.C.)

    The only way to win is to fight on the side of your adversaries.
    Francis Picabia (1878–1953)

    Home is so sad. It stays as it was left,
    Shaped to the comfort of the last to go
    As if to win them back.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)