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comper

(ˈkɒmpə)
n
(Games, other than specified) informal a person who regularly enters competitions in newspapers, magazines, etc, esp competitions offering consumer goods as prizes
[C20: comp(etition) + -er1]
ˈcomping n
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I had been meaning to visit as I'd recently moved into the neighbourhood after getting married and upon entering the church, was greatly surprised to encounter the altar panels by Ninian Comper whose exquisite work was also to be found at my former 'local', St Cyprian's, Clarence Gate Gardens.
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Betjeman tells Comper that his work answered a dilemma for Betjeman as to why he liked very diverse objects and buildings--he concludes that when something is well made with a sense of purpose and therefore for the glory of God, it deserves his love (Letters 1.
Looking toward the sanctuary, you can see the main beauty of the church, the east window and baldachino, both designed by Sir Ninian Comper in memory of the fallen of the first world war.
21, clostridium Santin and University 2012 perfringens Fabrizio Comper, enterotoxin to Little Rock treat ovarian and uterine cancer Hand-operated Douglas J.
Les secretariats provinciaux du Parti national democrate (PND) commencent, a comper de ce samedi et pour une duree d'une semaine, a recevoir les dossiers de candidatures de ses membres pour les prochaines legislatives.
Yet Matthew - who lives with his hairdresser fiancee Yvette Comper, 31, in Wilmslow, Cheshire - insists he's not bitter about the decision.
There are essays discussing: Betjeman and the conservation battle; the poet's annus horribilis (1960); Betjeman and modern architecture; Sir John's passion for railways; Betjeman and John Piper; the poet's work in the filming of the Metro-Land programme for the BBC; and the friendship of Betjeman with Piper and Sir Ninian Comper.
Lynne is what's known in the trade as a comper (serial competition entrant), and has even persuaded her husband of 20 years, Andy, to get involved.
Sir Ninian Comper ANTHONY SYMONDSON AND STEPHEN BUCKNALL The Ecclesiological Society and Spire Books, 29.