COMPO


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AcronymDefinition
COMPOComposition
COMPOComponent
COMPOComponent Code
COMPOCouncil of Motion Picture Organizations (Hollywood, CA)
COMPOCreator of Music Performance Organization (est. 2003; Hong Kong)
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This Government needs to urgently tackle our crazed compo culture before we become like America where they sue everyone left, right and centre.
A Nora and Compo lookalike competition - judged by crowds that gathered to watch on Nora's steps at Holmfirth - was won by Rachel and Darryll.
The figure shows that 1.2% of the total predicted fluoride was released meaning 0.17 ppm of the total 14.1 ppm was released from COMPO 2 on the 3rd day.
Via the divestment, K+S aims to focus on its potash and magnesium products activities, as well as on its salt operations.Country: , GermanySector: ChemicalsTarget: Compo GmbH & Co KGBuyer: Triton Beteiligungsberatung GmbHVendor: K+S AGDeal size in USD: 283mType: DivestmentStatus: ClosedComment: Deal size includes liabilities.
A week after his father's death from cancer in 1999, series producer and director Alan Bell offered Tom a remarkable challenge that would see his professional and personal worlds collide - the role of Compo's long-lost son, Tom Simmonite.
COMPO and Clegg's Last Of The Summer Wine local is up for sale.
Return to the halcyon days of Foggy, Compo and Clegg, as they reunite for this brand new stage adaptation of the television classic.
If you cleared the snow you would have half your neighbours' lying down on your pavement with a writ clutched in their hands, and that's the problem - the compo culture has turned good deeds into lawsuits, and good intentions into cash, so it's little surprise that a little snow costs so much, with the gritters counting the price and the councils counting the cost.
WEIRDEST headline of the week: "Leslie to get pounds 5m Compo." Leslie Ash is ditching Lee Chapman for the bloke with the woolly hat from Last of the Summer Wine?
WITH regard to a recent letter (I Am Sick Of Compo Claims, 5.7.07), I know this is a popular opinion but I beg to differ.