competition


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Synonyms for competition

Synonyms for competition

a vying with others for victory or supremacy

a trial of skill or ability

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Wage-labour rests exclusively on competition between the laborers.
While you diligently pursued that favorite phantom of yours, called profits, and moralized about that favorite fetich of yours, called competition, even greater and more direful things have been accomplished by combination.
Not until we reach the extreme confines of life, in the arctic regions or on the borders of an utter desert, will competition cease.
Linda Stump, director of competitions, oversees the officials who are charged with coordinating specific competitions: Sally Laird, NCTM, Junior Competitions coordinator; Sigrid Luther, NCTM, Senior Competitions coordinator; Jeanne Grealish, NCTM; Young Artist Competitions coordinator; James Norden, Chamber Music Competition coordinator; and Roger Foltz, NCTM, Composition Competitions coordinator.
After a survey of other Mock Trial coaches, we conclude that competition does not automatically result in negative educational outcomes.
A hush comes over the auditorium as 19-year old Jessica Hailey begins her solemn walk across the stage at the Showstopper regional competition in Houston.
Nineteen-year-old pianist Xin Ti of Los Angeles, winner of the Gail Newby Concerto Competition, will perform Movement 1 of Grieg's ``Piano Concerto in A Minor'' with the symphony.
Can competition from a new kind of public school, right around the block or down the road in many cases, inspire traditional schools to improve?
Oxford University Press (OUP; Oxford, UK & Cary, NC) has begun the publication of the "Journal of Competition Law and Economics" (JCLE), a new title focusing on competition law and policy, with a March issue.
So for established researchers with a track record renewing their proposal, the competition is not just a "rubber stamp", confirming progress and allowing the applicant to proceed along more-of-the-same.
The TAPPI CorrPak[R] Competition has moved to an every-other-year cycle, with the next CorrPak[R] Competition to be held in 2006.
But it did so by omitting competition policy, a vital factor in combating both domestic monopolies and international price cartels.
Picked by a panel of judges from a pool of 140 applicants, the winners of the third annual Miller Urban Entrepreneurs Business Grant Competition each walked away with $20,000 to fund their business ventures or implement expansions.
Editorial is the heart of our company," said UCG partner Dan Brown about his pride in the company's unprecedented feat in winning nine awards this year in the Foundation's "excellence in newsletter journalism" competition.
The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation announced the selection of a distinguished panel of jury members to evaluate and review entries in the international World Trade Center Site Memorial Competition.