Super Rugby Competition Format and Sponsorship

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Unearthed (talent Contest) - Unearthed High (2008– )
... During early 2008 Triple J launched the biggest unearthed competition ever, the 'Unearthed High' competition ... This new competition, run parallel to the existent internet based Unearthed competition required high school aged bands to submit original work ... And it suits the format of the way we write." The 2009 competition was won by Howl, a 6 piece band with their song "Blackout" ...
The Rugby Championship - Competition
... The competition begins in July ... The Tri Nations opens after the completion of the Super Rugby competition for the year because players from the SANZAR countries are involved in both ...
Odyssey Of The Mind
... often called OM (although the official acronym is OotM), is a creative problem-solving competition involving students from kindergarten through college ... (the Long Term problem) and present their solution to the problem at a competition ... solutions to a problem they have not seen before this is the spontaneous competition ...
Individual Events (speech)
... Individual events is a type of speech competition characterized by individuals competing in a variety of different events ... Sometimes confused with competitive Debate, Individual Events is actually a unique form of competition, often referred to simply as Speech Team or Forensics ... Organized competition takes place both on the high school and collegiate level ...
Gymnastics At The 1904 Summer Olympics
... over several months, and the gymnastics competition was no different ... The individual all-around was a combination of the gymnastic triathlon competition and the athletics triathlon ... The team competition was a combination of individual scores from the individual all-around ...

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    Knowledge in the form of an informational commodity indispensable to productive power is already, and will continue to be, a major—perhaps the major—stake in the worldwide competition for power. It is conceivable that the nation-states will one day fight for control of information, just as they battled in the past for control over territory, and afterwards for control over access to and exploitation of raw materials and cheap labor.
    Jean François Lyotard (b. 1924)