• look to one's laurels
  • (ライバルとの競争で)名誉を失わないように(油断なく)気を遣う
  • rest [sit] on one's laurels
  • 今までの実績に満足してあぐらをかいている
  • win laurels
  • 栄誉を得る,賞賛を博す
  • As well as trees, the forests have blueberry and huckleberry bushes and thickets of mountain laurel and rhododendron.
  • Wikipedia: Quehanna Wild Area
  • Both emblems are surrounded by a red circular ring bearing the motto of the Order, which are in turn flanked by two laurel branches, above a scroll bearing the words Ich dien in gold letters.
  • Wikipedia: Order of the Bath
  • Despite this small-scale lumbering, as of 2009 the forests have grown back and are mixed oak, with blueberry and mountain laurel bushes.
  • Wikipedia: White Deer Hole Creek
  • During these inaugural Olympics, winners were given a silver medal, an olive branch, and a diploma, while runners-up received a copper medal, laurel branch, and diploma.
  • Wikipedia: 1896 Summer Olympics
  • In memory of these events, the Senate honored Nero with the laurel wreath and the title of Imperator, or commander-in-chief of the armies.
  • Wikipedia: Tiridates I of Armenia
  • It prefers to nest in Palo colorado trees (Cyrilla racemiflora), but uses other trees, including the laurel sabino (Magnolia splendens) and tabonuco (Dacryodes excelsa), to a lesser extent.
  • Wikipedia: Puerto Rican Amazon
  • She is surrounded by symbols of Michigan's economy, including a plow, cornucopia, and a laurel wreath to represent agriculture.
  • Wikipedia: Michigan State Capitol
  • The club's original crest was a quartered diamond-shaped crest topped by the Crown of Aragon and the bat of King James, and surrounded by two branches, one of a laurel tree and the other a palm.
  • Wikipedia: FC Barcelona
  • The laurel branches, taken from Greek tradition, symbolize victory.
  • Wikipedia: Shield nickel
  • The laurel leaves also represent strength.
  • Wikipedia: Arsenal F.C.
  • The Madeira Firecrest also forages in the moss and lichen which often covers the branches and trunks of laurel and oak trees.
  • Wikipedia: Madeira Firecrest
  • The medal is suspended from a link forming the letter V attached to a bar adorned on the front with laurel leaves, and on the reverse with the name, rank, and unit of the medal's recipient, all cast in the same metal as the medal, while the ribbon, also 38 mm wide, is solid crimson in colour.
  • Wikipedia: Victoria Cross (Canada)
  • The reverse is similar to Weinman's medal for the American Institute of Architects, although the sculptor replaced the laurel on the medal with a pine sapling.
  • Wikipedia: Walking Liberty half dollar
  • The upper band has an engraved inscription filled in with black enamel, with a barrier of laurel branches in green to mark off the end of the inscription from its beginning.
  • Wikipedia: Royal Gold Cup
  • They received a wreath of laurel leaves, and probably some money; if they won enough races they could buy their freedom.
  • Wikipedia: Chariot racing
  • This species is protected under the European Union Birds Directive, and the laurel forests under the Habitats Directive.
  • Wikipedia: Trocaz Pigeon
  • To provide an attractive first view of the cemetery for visitors arriving at the stations, the areas around the stations and their associated chapels were planted with groves of bay, Cedar of Lebanon, rhododendron and Portuguese laurel.
  • Wikipedia: London Necropolis Company