The exhibit houses the work of WHNPA members awarded in 2012's contest.
Manning-Brady XV, as the contest is being called, seems to be the perfect chance to float away inside that happy sports bubble.
Walberg, for his part, isn't particularly concerned about a third contest, saying that their rivalry is in the past.
Once Shannon had the photos ready, I went to the “contest” website to submit my profile and was immediately disappointed.
Sarah Palin wanted to make it a contest between high falutin', Ivy-League cosmopolitans and red-blooded, bear-hunting Americans.
She did not allow him to finish; she said hastily that she must witness the contest.
The contest had been short, and well it was for the Spaniards that such was the case.
Cleopatra, however, was resolved to join the other side in the contest.
Have you of Asgard ever heard of one who would enter a contest in eating?
Said that sagacious publicist: The truth is, it is a contest for power, not for liberty.
c.1600, from French contester "dispute, oppose," from Middle French, from Latin contestari (litem) "to call to witness, bring action," from com- "together" (see com-) + testari "to bear witness," from testis "a witness," (see testament). Calling witnesses as the first step in a legal combat. Related: Contestable; contested; contesting.
1640s, from contest (v.).