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When did Honor become the MVP?

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Re: When did Honor become the MVP?
Post by tlb   » Sat Sep 15, 2018 8:13 pm

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tlb wrote:MVP may generally be annual in sports; but that is because sports have seasons. In an ongoing activity, such as war, it may be that someone stays MVP until their accomplishments are exceeded by someone else..

Weird Harold wrote:Time magazine doesn't call their annual cover-person a MVP, but the concept is the same. Nobel prize winners aren't called MVPs, but the concept is the same.

ESPYs aren't called MVPs, but the concept is the same.

There are innumerable awards that are periodic, independent of anything except the calendar.

Something that takes place each year is an annual event (Time magazine specifically says it is "of the year').

This war is a single multi-year event; so you could name a yearly MVP, but you do not have to do so. Or maybe you break it up whenever the primary opponent changes. It is a matter of choice how anyone wishes to proceed; I only stated that there is another way for something that is aperiodic.

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