Thanks, makes sense, that is what I thought regarding the term Copeland winner.
I admit I find it odd that, given how important Condorcet and the emphasis on pairwise wins is in voting theory, that this simple concept (candidates with the most pairwise wins, whether singular or multiple candidates) doesn't have a commonly used term or terms to refer to it.
This link irvtest.htm can go to multi-winners or Approval. Each has several examples as well as links to the sources of those examples.
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