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- entering competitions are known as compers. Many compers attend annual national conventions. In 2012 over 100 members of the online competitions community...
- Atlanta, Georgia, and the annual Hooter's bikini competition. There are some swimsuit competitions which aim to judge the beauty of a single part of...
- musicologists. Pop music competitions are music competitions which are held to find pop starlets. Examples of music competitions in po****r music include...
- UEFA competitions (French: competitions de l'UEFA), also referred to by the m**** media as European football, are the set of tournaments organised by the...
- Mathematics competitions or mathematical olympiads are competitive events where parti****nts sit a mathematics test. These tests may require multiple choice...
- needed] A bouldering competition consists of climbing on short walls without belay ropes. It differs from lead climbing competitions in that the climber...
- The Makridakis Competitions (also known as the M Competitions or M-Competitions) are a series of open competitions to evaluate and compare the accuracy...
- Competition law is a law that promotes or s****s to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies. Competition law is...
- A competition regulator is the institution that oversees the functioning of the markets. And the Law in which it takes cognizance of situations having...
- In the United States, FFA competitions are judging contests (otherwise known as Career Development Events) organized by the U.S. National FFA Organization...