Actually, the cheese stands alone. Winners can't be winners without support and help so a true winner stands with the team. That's my thought on that!
Usually, it's hard to. But for some people, that's what it takes to be a winner.
Yes, because everybody has their place, and the winners will stand alone as the losers will.
It depends on what you win. If there are top 3 winners' competition then you will not stand alone.
It is sometimes the competition spirit when even though there is one winner to be selected, the winner will not be alone as he/she has made friends during the competition.
That's life when comes to competition as the outcome may just be a winner. For the winner, if he/she has good rapport with other competitors then he/she will not be standing alone as the competitors will be supporters.
by Robin Edmondson 4 years ago
Day One Winner:VirginiaLynne: 150 Science Argument Essay Topic Ideas. Day Two Winner:SilverQ and her Hub: How to Deal With Anger - Learn to control your anger before it controls you. Congratulations, SilverQ!Day Three Winner: MellisaASmith:...
by Shadesbreath 9 years ago
So, is the 100 hubs thing over? Did someone win?
by grumpiornot 6 years ago
What is the point of playing sport if there are no winners or losers?I've recently heard that schools have sports days in which prizes are awarded to all children, just for taking part. What is the point of that?Children need to learn that in life, there are winners and there are losers... in...
by De Greek 8 years ago
Our HubNuggets series continues with this week’s candidates. Please show your support and encouragement for the newcomers, by voting for your favorite here:http://hubpages.com/hub/Hungarian-HubNu … ame-is-SueI am keeping an eye on you lot!
by mv1088cenex 7 years ago
How many pole winners actually win nascar races?
by John Welford 10 years ago
I'm not trying to be disloyal to Hubpages - far from it - but I have a specific request about its competitors. I am currently writing an article for a professional newsletter aimed at my fellow librarians, a profession which is getting into a tiswas about its public image. I wish to encourage...
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