Definition of 'Booker Prize'
Example sentences containing 'Booker Prize'
He had just been nominated for the Booker Prize and the pundits said it would be a runaway victory for the cantankerous old writer.LET NOT THE DEEP (2002) SOMEBODY (2002)
The Financial Times reports that Virgin on Mergin ' has suddenly become the favourite for next year's Booker Prize.LOVE YOU MADLY (2002)
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