CofC

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AcronymDefinition
CofCCollege of Charleston
CofCChamber of Commerce
CofCChurch of Christ
CofCContainer on Flatcar (US DoD)
CofCCertificate of Conformance
CofCCourt of Federal Claims
CofCChampion of Champions (philatelic competition for national winners)
CofCCorps of Commissionaires (Canada and UK)
CofCConsumption of Fixed Capital
CofCCouncil of Colonels
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The latest accolade comes on the back of the shop being crowned champion of champions this year.
In the Champion of Champions, McRae again went out in the first round, losing to Button.
Sunderland is a finalist in the large city category, Stockton are in the Champion of Champions class, Sedgefield in County Durham in the small town section and Stanghow in Redcar and Cleveland in the small village group.
NATIONAL amateur champion John Gallagher heads a classy line-up for the Scottish Champion of Champions at Leven this weekend.
"Getting through to the final of the Champion of Champions and being awarded the Silver Salver during my first international makes this a very good year."
Rastrick, who are lined up behind, topped their section and then went into the Champion of Champions final.
The Reserve Champion of Champions title was awarded to the Red and White Champion, Corringham Bob Roxy Red Ex93, sired by JA Bob Jordan Red and owned by Riverdane Holsteins, Morgan and Bourke syndicate.
Only two Coventry area bowlers have won the Champion of Champions title - Cliff Bordley, of Coundon, in 1977 and Bedworth's Jack Robertson in 1993.
FAVOURED: the odds are stacked on Paul Sigsworth taking the Champion of Champions crown.
George's limit bag of five helped put his club, Avonbank, into the semi-finals of the Scottish Club Championships, and sent him into the final of the Daily Record Champion of Champions.
Denbigh Community Primary School were the first side to clinch a place in the 2008 Hoops4Health Champion of Champions contest at the end of April.
The rising three-year-old daughter by the AI sire, Tenace, owned by Ian McGarva from Nether Abington, Abington, won the breed championship, interbreed championship and was then picked out by champion of champions judge Jim Warnock as his supreme winner.