How to use Finalists in a sentence
In the last eight, they lost out in a close 1-0 game to eventual finalists Germany.
It will be a condition of entry that the three short listed finalists give a presentation at conference.
Small financial awards are made to the winning finalists.
Entries were received from thirty dioceses around the country and our church has been selected as one of the twelve finalists.
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The moot judge, Professor Alastair Mullis, was impressed by the mooting standard of the finalists and their grasp of the criminal law.
The EX Factor finalists literally graced the red carpet as they came under the hammer in front of a star gazed audience.
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On the field the Swifts players leaped about like winning cup finalists, joined at the final whistle by their slightly screwy manager.
James beat six other regional finalists to scoop the accolade of London 's Most Enterprising Student, together with £ 400 in prize money.Advertisement
An independent judging panel met in July to agree a shortlist of three finalists per category.
The Bournemouth exhibitions team, who organize the annual competition, had the tough task of whittling down the entrants to just six finalists.
For example, finalists sometimes win modeling contracts with premiere agencies, as well as scholarship money and more.
The finalists were picked from over 1500 applicants.
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Alice and David, the season's two finalists, were surprised with new Mercury Mariner SUVs to congratulate them on their accomplishments.
No. When they called and told us we were finalists, we were astounded.
Jennifer Hudson's exit from the show, as the seventh of the finalists to be voted off, was met with criticism.
These semi-finalists are eventually whittled down to four finalists, who must present a commercial segment of their inventions.
On a show where being a loser is a good thing, The Biggest Loser season three finalists Marty Wolff and Amy Hildreth added one more accomplishment to their plate - getting engaged.Advertisement
Following American Idol, Jessica Sierra toured with the show's finalists, but after that, she was unable to get a music career off of the ground.
Despite Malakar displaying the least talent among the American Idol finalists, fan support (from "Fanjayas") kept Sanjaya in the running for longer than anyone expected.
The special will also check in with other Idol finalists to see what they're up to.
Several finalists also receive smaller scholarships to the CIA.
These contestants are referred to as Finalists.Advertisement
Nationwide, there will also be another 150 named finalists who will each receive a $1,000 stipend.
The narrowed down finalists compete during the show's filming, and viewers vote on their favorites.
Dancing with the Stars has truly launched Burke's career from successful to overwhelmingly fabulous, as she continues to appear on the show each year and also participates in the national tour many of the finalists go on.
These top 20 keep their dance partner until the 10 finalists are selected.
This is a world away from the promising singer from American Idol's Season 4, who made it all the way into the Top 12 Finalists.
The first round of tryouts are in Texas, and then the finalists go somewhere exotic (i.e. the Bahamas in 2009) for another round.
The TBT will choose up to forty finalists who compete for spots in the calendar.
They recommend that you hold six weeks' worth of contests, choosing three winners each week, and then send your finalists to the TBT State Finals.
The contestants compete up on stage for hundreds of dollars in cash and prizes, and each week's lady finalists are invited back on Labor Day Weekend to compete in the Panama Jack Ms. La Vela Bikini Contest finals.
Scriptapalooza's Web site also lists many smaller triumphs for other winners and finalists.
Thirty-two semifinalists became 12 finalists during a series of eliminations in Hollywood.
The top 10 finalists from season 4 took to the road shortly after the show finished for a 40 city concert tour.
The finalists receive enough money to create a fashion line to show at New York's Fashion Week, which for designers is a huge accomplishment.
In what proved to be one of the more outrageous season finales, wealthy entreprenuer Brad Womack professed to be in love with both finalists Deanna and Jenni.
Heather and Jes were the two finalists, with Jes Rickleff winning.
After both finalists chose their teams from the group of previously voted off chefs, Petrozza and Christina got to work on the race to win the $250,000 prize and one year contract at Ramsay's London West Hollywood restaurant.
Regardless, he gave both finalists some constructive criticism and let them get on with their prep work.
The ten semi-finalists are then whittled down to five finalists, courtesy of viewers' votes.
Once the initial group of interior designers is whittled down to a group of finalists, they then compete in an elimination challenge to determine the winner of the show.
This challenge is usually larger than all of the others, and many of the past contestants are brought back to help the finalists complete the work.
These 25 were cut down to eight finalists, and five were eventually selected to become the new band O-Town.
Indeed, in the season finale, one of the finalists, Erica, had to admit to Michael and Lorraine that she was a Penthouse Pet of the Year.
After semi-final auditions (which you attend at your own costs), a short list of finalists are flown to Los Angeles for a last round of interviews.
The two finalists compete in a grand finale event from which Ramsay selects the winner.
Since this competition style reality TV show showcases a variety of different talents, the finalists and winners have brought many different presentations to the exciting finales of the series so far.
This third season of the show came under fire for showcasing too many singers and not providing enough of a variety in the finalists.
The twenty are quickly whittled down to ten finalists after challenges designed to test their strength, poise, personalities, and abilities are judged.
The ten finalists, all women over the age of 35, then move into a loft together and the competition really begins.
After a pool of finalists is chosen, the group is whittled down further.
The two finalists of the season, runner-up Colby Donaldson and winner Tina Wesson, were both originally members of the Ogakor tribe.
The Miami, Florida edition of Top Chef was a popular season won by Hung Huynh, who also came back to help the finalists in season seven.
In the first Washington, DC based season of the show, Kevin Sbraga won over finalists Angelo Sosa and Ed Cotton.
In many cases, several rounds of finalists are weeded out from the larger contestant pool.
The finalists compete with performances each week, with judges giving feedback.
Contestants must apply to be on the show, and finalists are chosen by a contracted casting company.
Judges weed out the first round of finalists, and then it's up to viewers to choose who moves on in the competition.
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The 8 finalists competed in a 2½ hour cook-off at Edinburgh's Telford College on 10th March.
All short-listed finalists are invited to attend the STAR Awards Ceremony in October 2005 in London.
In the same tournament our under 12s were beaten finalists.
The organizers will select 10 finalists, which will be judged by a panel of seven industry experts.
In December 2004 drawing 0-0 away to Manchester United (the eventual defeated finalists) in the FA Cup third round.
Three shortlisted finalists gathered for two days at the University of St Andrews to present their submissions to the Prize Panel.