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":

Fulgencio Obelmejias - Retirement
... 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 ... Obelmejias had a record of 52 wins and five losses, with 41 wins by way of knockout ...
Retief Goosen - PGA and European Tour Career Summary
... PGA Tour European Tour Season Wins (Majors) Earnings (US$) Rank Wins (Majors) Earnings Rank 0 ... – – 0 £2,760 0 ... – – 0 £147,256 0 ... – – 0 £140 ... is double counting of money earned (and wins) in the majors and World Golf Championships since they became official events on both tours ...
Louison Bobet - Major Results
... 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 ...
Vityaz Chekhov - Season-by-season KHL Record
... Note GP = Games played, W = Wins, OTW = Overtime Wins, SOW = Penalty Shootout Wins, SOL = Penalty Shootout Losses, L = Losses, GF = Goals for, GA ...
Dolf Luque - Cuba
... 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:

    You always read about it:
    the plumber with twelve children
    who wins the Irish Sweepstakes.
    From toilets to riches.
    That story.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    I saw my lady weep,
    And Sorrow proud to be advanced so
    In those fair eyes where all perfections keep.
    Her face was full of woe;

    But such a woe, believe me, as wins more hearts
    Than Mirth can do with her enticing parts.
    —Unknown. I Saw My Lady Weep (l. 1–6)