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    Default Nobel prize "for" or "on"

    I want to say that" x took a Nobel prize for this paper".
    is it for or on (or any other proposition)?

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    Default Re: Nobel prize "for" or "on"

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniellll View Post
    I want to say that" x took a Nobel prize for this paper".
    is it for or on (or any other proposition)?

    'X received a Nobel Prize for this paper'.

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