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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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The Grade-II listed memorial at Alexandra Gardens in Cathays Park was designed by Sir John Ninian Comper and was completed in June 1928 to commemorate those who died in World War I.
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