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Encyclopedia > Contest

Contest may refer to:

  • A contest, is an event in which two or more individuals or teams compete against each other, often for a prize or similar incentive.
  • to contest, in law, is to disagree with a civil or criminal legal charge in court.
  • Contest, a commune of the Mayenne d├ępartement, in France.
  • Contest, a novel by Australian Author Matthew Reilly.
  • The Con Test, an Australian game show which airs on Network Ten.
  • The Contest, a well known episode from the US sitcom Seinfeld.

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Contest - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (131 words)
A contest is an event involving a competition at least two opposing individuals or teams, to be awarded a prize to the champion.
to contest, in law, is to disagree with a civil or criminal legal charge in court.
Contest is a commune of the Mayenne d├ępartement, in France
Eurovision Song Contest - definition of Eurovision Song Contest in Encyclopedia (1726 words)
The contest's name comes from the Eurovision TV Distribution Network, which is run by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and can reach a potential television audience of more than one billion.
By the 1960s, entries were limited to one song per country (participation in the contest had almost doubled), and the songs had to be sung in one of the national languages of the country.
Many viewers of the contest view the event as a combination of camp entertainment and a musical train wreck (a fact played upon in the English-language broadcast with the sardonic BBC commentary of Terry Wogan) and a subculture of Eurovision song contest drinking games and the like has evolved in some countries.
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