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comp

1. verb To give something to someone for free, often as a gesture of appreciation after something has gone awry. We had to wait so long to be seated that the manager comped us a round of drinks and an appetizer.
2. verb To accompany someone in a musical performance. If you want to sing at the recital, I'll comp you on the piano.
3. noun Something that has been given for free. Oh, these drinks are comps for our long wait, thank goodness.

comp

1. tv. to accompany someone [musically]. I have to sing a solo at a wedding and need someone to comp me.
2. tv. to give something to someone free. (Either as compensation for difficulties endured or as a complimentary gift.) The movie patron was angry and demanded his money back. The manager comped him with a few free passes and he was happy.
3. n. a complimentary gift. I expect comps when I spend a lot of money in a casino.
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The COMP was conducted in a wooded area, on a hilly, rocky, single trail with many roots and curves.
All COMP's were performed using an identical cycle (Mountain-Bike: Specialized Epic Comp 2005, Morgan Hill, California, USA; frame: Epic-FSR-M4 Aluminum; suspension strut: Specialized AFR inertia, Brain Fade; suspension fork: Fox F100 RL, Specialized).
During the COMP, data collection was conducted utilizing the same spirometry system as during the LabT.
Table 2 shows results of the simulated COMP. All values in Table 2 were calculated for the entire COMP and for each lap.
In another comp Richard Lloyd Jones (19) won division one from Andy Bales (18) and Matt Price (18) and Phil Holland (22) division two from Jeremy Powell and Paul McAlinden, both on 21.
Ken Pattinson (32) won division one of a senior comp from Peter Davies (31) and Colin Bilham (30) and Keith Midgeley (33) won division two from Stewart Williams (28) and Brian Booth (26).
She partnered Jennie Lloyd Ellis and Gabby Waring in the team comp, edging out Ann Anwyl, Janet Hughes and Val Morris, then scored 16 points to beat Margaret Ruston by two.
Implementing wellness strategies can energize employees and impact your workers' comp program But it's important to do what works within your corporate culture, says Fischer As the safety manager for a major communications corporation, she developed an on-site wellness center that allows employees to strive for optimal health.
Studies show that workplace wellness programs can have a dramatic effect on workers' comp and disability costs The challenge is how to implement them for the greatest impact.
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Diane Dare (30) won a Winter League comp from Ann Richards (29) and Jane Bell (29).
He scored 35 points to finish one behind John Walker in division one of a Sunday comp with Mike Roe (34) third and then 27 points to finish one behind Morris Jones in a midweek comp with Roy Williams third on a countback.
Steve Pender (33) won division one of another weekend comp from Steve Vaughan (32) and Eddie Stephens (32) and Alan Jones (37) won division two from Barry Evans (34) and Austin Cotton (32).
Paul Douglas, Duncan Jones, Ernie Mather and Morris Bradley won a team comp with 86 points one ahead of Jim Vaughan, Derek Robinson, Elwyn Broom and Brian Hall.