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podium

(pō′dē-ŭm) [Gr. podos, foot]
A footlike projection.

podium

any foot-like structure such as a tube-foot, in animals.

podium

pl. podia [L.] a footlike process, such as an extension of the protoplasm of a cell.
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Jonny goes into the Glasgow Games on a podium streak of one after finishing third in Hamburg earlier this month, and he is ready to throw everything into trying to beat Olympic champion Alistair.
uk, the 2009 world champion is all too aware that McLaren haven't gone through a whole season without a podium finish since 1980, something that will be repeated unless he or Sergio Perez finish in the top three on Sunday.
Not since 1980 have McLaren gone through an entire campaign without scoring a podium but that beckons this weekend as the curtain falls on the Formula One season.