Definition of inductee
: one who is inducted
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a new crop of inductees produced by the draft
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Last October, Honnold was one of three inductees to the San Juan Education Foundation’s Hall of Fame.
Inductees are Louise Macsherry, Charles Macsherry and David Mock.
The new inductees will be introduced on Jan. 8 at the College Football Playoff national championship game, with the induction ceremony taking place in December 2018.
The 2018 inductees will be announced before the College Football Playoff championship game in Atlanta on Jan. 8, 2018.
Rivera is among 75 former Division I (now FBS) players and six coaches included on the 2018 ballot, which went out via email Thursday to the more than 12,000 NFF members and current Hall of Famers who will choose this year’s inductees.
In 2000, Rev. Anthony was in the first class of inductees into the Washington D.C. Hall of Fame, an honor sponsored by the Washington D.C. Hall of Fame Society and the Office of the City Historian.
Mack, a veteran Harford educator who is completing his first year as EHS principal, cited this year's inductees into the Edgewood High School Hall of Fame as examples of other EHS graduates who have dreamed big and achieved those dreams.
Admittedly, Davis impacted a number of his fellow inductees.
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