Last year he won first position in Zonal Youth Festival held in our college.
The Indian team won the toss and it took to batting.
He won the four-hundred-meter race.
Mother Teresa won the Nobel peace prize in 1979 and the Bharat Ratna in 1980.
He won the first prize in the painting competition.
In 2011 India won ICC World Cup Cricket.
Stern and harsh-looking persons can be won over by flattery.
He has won his spurs because of his talent.
Their faces were suffused with joy as they had won a victory.
He was excited when he won the prize.
He won distinction because of his diligence and industry.
Tagore won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913.
He won the election by a large majority.
My best friend won a prize in a swimming competition.
He won your heart with his knowledge.
He won the favour of opposition parties.
He is a good speaker and has won many prizes at declamation contests and debates.
The battle of Waterloo was won on playgrounds of Eton and Harrow.
He won several prizes.
He has won the hearts of one and all.
Many great men won success by their sheer determination and oneness of purpose.
What would you do if you won a lot of money?
She won the tournament, so I congratulated her.
The girl, who has won the first prize, is absent.
He won the First Prize in hundred metres race.
I have won the first prize.
It has won a great name in the field of sports.
He has won a number of medals and prizes.
He won the battle by sheer luck.
I have won a scholarship.
I won the prize for a song.
Our team won the match by one goal.
I congratulated all those who won the prizes.
By his sweet tongue he has won the love of all.
He won a Gold Medal from Shooting.
You have really won a rare distinction in the university.
I won a prize in the Declamation Contest held Last month.
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