exhibitioner


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exhibitioner

(ˌɛksɪˈbɪʃənə)
n
(Education) Brit a student who has been awarded an exhibition
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Noun1.exhibitioner - someone who organizes an exhibit for others to see
impresario, promoter, showman - a sponsor who books and stages public entertainments
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exhibitioner

n (Brit Univ) → Stipendiat(in) m(f)
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But he is also popular with local audiences as a solo singer with experience stretching BACK to his choral exhibitioner days at Oxford.
The impressive instrument, built in Switzerland by Orgelbau Kuhn and funded by Sir Elton John, a former Junior Exhibitioner at the Academy, has been installed in the Academy's Duke's Hall by ME Construction.
(14) While Lindley was at Sherborne he boarded at Harper House which was then run by Thomas Alfred Bell MA, an Exhibitioner of Trinity College Cambridge.
He was educated at King William's College, entering in January 1850 and leaving, as a Leaving Exhibitioner, in March 1858, after which he joined the civil service in London, working at the General Post Office and ending his days in the Chief Secretary's office.
He went from Leighton Park School, Reading, to Wadham College, Oxford, as an exhibitioner reading philosophy, politics and economics, and in 1933 became the youngest president of the Union.
After lecturing on science at Reading he matriculated at Worcester College, Oxford, in 1871, where he was an exhibitioner, and in 1874 he was placed in the first class in the natural science honor school.
He advanced to Emmanuel College, Cambridge, as an exhibitioner. He served with the Royal Artillery (1943-47) and was then called to the Bar (the Middle Temple) and worked on the North Wales and Chester Circuit (1947-52), having married June, by then a reporter on the Chester Chronicle.
He was a junior exhibitioner at the Royal College of Music before recognising he was not sufficiently talented as a violinist to make a career and, instead, opted for an academic career.
After three years at the College of Glasgow, he spent seven years as a Snell exhibitioner at Oxford.
Wilson graduated from Magdalen with a First Class examination, having won the Newdigate Prize for his poem on "the Remains of Ancient Grecian and Roman Architecture, Sculpture, and Painting." After winning the Blackstone prize for Greek at Glasgow, Lockhart went to Balliol as a Snell Exhibitioner, graduated with a First Class, and published in Blackwood's, late in life, part of his never-completed translation of the Iliad.
Anton (horn) was a junior exhibitioner at the Royal Academy of Music.
`As a glance at the St John's group scholarship book reveals', it was reported by Neil McKendrick in 1974, on the first round of marks in December 1929 Plumb was `well up among the leading scholars' but after being interviewed `dropped to the top of the Exhibitioner list', was therefore prevented from coming to Cambridge, `so went to Leicester University and got the first First ever achieved from that university' (Historical Perspectives: Studies in English Thought and Society in Honour of J.