exhibitioner


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Synonyms for exhibitioner

someone who organizes an exhibit for others to see

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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.
13) He was the School's Salting Exhibitioner for 1915, which brought him an annuity of 20 [pounds sterling] in the Faculty of Arts at Sydney University.
Childers became Head of House and went on to become an Exhibitioner at Trinity College, Cambridge where he read classics.
Educated at Winchester College, the University of Grenoble, and Magdalen College, Oxford, he was an exhibitioner in modern history and took his B.
British exhibitioner concluded by announcing the launch of a special expedition Web site, through which the expedition could be followed up through satellite.
William Henry entered King William's College in January 1850 and left as a Leaving Exhibitioner in March 1858.
He entered King's College, Cambridge, as an exhibitioner, reading history, before preparing for holy orders at Cuddleston Theological College.
Oliver St Lawrence, underbidder for the sale-topper, gained some compensation when paying Ir27,000gns for a College Chapel colt out of a half-sister to Vincent O'Brien's smart sprinter Exhibitioner and sent up from Flash Conroy's Glenvale Stud.
Aged 12, she became a Junior Exhibitioner at the Royal Academy of Music in London before becoming a full time student at the Royal College of Music.
Such was the boy's promise on the cello that he left the town at seven to become a junior exhibitioner at the Royal College of Music in London, but in 1936 he was admitted as a Fellow to the Royal College of Organists.
Peter Wright was born in Hertfordshire and spent two years as Organ Exhibitioner at the Royal College of Music before heading to Cambdiege to continue his organ studies.
On its second year, Anthology 2017 saw an exponential increase of attendees with over 4,000 guests and 83 lecturers, speakers and exhibitioners from 11 countries, now including Japan, Singapore, China, Thailand, Belgium, Denmark and Vietnam.
It is worth mentioning that Sial is the largest of its kind globally in the food field with the participation this year of about 7000 exhibitioners from 104 countries.
Iqbal discussed with the exhibitioners prospects of business development in France and assured them of continuation of full support and cooperation from the mission.
Among the exhibitioners is Emirates Group, which received 1,500 applications last year.