WINS may refer to:
- WINS (AM), a radio station in New York City
- World Institute for Nuclear Security
- Windows Internet Name Service
- a web server solution stack built from Windows Server, Internet Information Services, .NET, and SQL Server
- Wireless Integrated Network Sensors
- SM&A, stock ticker symbol WINS
- Off-course betting facilities operated by Japan Racing Association
Other articles related to "wins, win":
... Obelmejias retired for good after three more wins he was approaching, at 38, the mandatory boxing retirement age of 40 in Venezuela after his last fight, a ten round decision win over Eduardo ... Obelmejias had a record of 52 wins and five losses, with 41 wins by way of knockout ...
... Note GP = Games played, W = Wins, OTW = Overtime Wins, SOW = Penalty Shootout Wins, SOL = Penalty Shootout Losses, L = Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals ...
... PGA Tour European Tour Season Wins (Majors) Earnings (US$) Rank Wins (Majors) Earnings Rank 0 ... – – 0 £2,760 0 ... – – 0 £147,256 0 ... – – 0 £1 ... Note that there is double counting of money earned (and wins) in the majors and World Golf Championships since they became official events on both tours ...
... Tour de France 4th overall and 2 stage wins (1948) 3rd overall, 1 stage win and Winner mountains classification (1950) 20th overall and 1 stage win (1951 ...
... against the New York Giants, going 1–2, getting the only win for Habana in six games ... The following season he led the league in wins with a 12–5 record ... The next winter, 1917, he tied for the league lead in wins and also led in hitting with a.355 average ...
Famous quotes containing the word wins:
“But the life of Spirit is not the life that shrinks from death and keeps itself untouched by devastation, but rather the life that endures it and maintains itself in it. It wins its truth only when, in utter dismemberment, it finds itself.... Spirit is this power only by looking the negative in the face, and tarrying with it. This tarrying with the negative is the magical power that converts it into being. This power is identical with what we earlier called the Subject.”
—Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (17701831)