What is the correct term runners up or runner ups?
The correct plural term is runners up.
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Rafael Nadal in the men's singles and Marion Bartoli in the women's singles
Aside from the immense frustration at being so close to winning the game, they also walk away with $100,000.
It's Winner, First Runner-up, Second Runner-up and so on. For reference, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_runner_up.
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I don't think they get anything, except for going on the summer tour with the rest of the top 10. They are not automatically granted a recording deal, like the winner. But mos…t are offered a recording deal anyways from Jive records within the next month.
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Second place, after first, second best second rate loser
Yes , he's the runner up of season 6 .
Vince Young was the runner up behind Reggie Bush
The plural is runners-up. The plural possessive is runners-up's.
In Rhythm and Blues Music
JLS came second (2008) Alexandra Burke won Eoghan Quigg came third after JLS and Alexandra Burke
In TV Programming and Commercials
the winner is mohit...
In Plural Nouns
The singular possessive is runner-up's.
In Sentence and Word Structure
Well I don't know but I need to know what it means because of this stupid internet
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