Definition of Contesters
1. contester [n] - See also: contester
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Contesters
Literary usage of Contesters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Politics of Trade and Industrial Policy in Africa: Forced Consensus? by Charles Chukwuma Soludo, Michael Osita Ogbu, Ha-Joon Chang (2004)
"... and all-embracing character of a party in power with no contesters or watchdogs. This situation in Zimbabwe began during the liberation struggle. ..."
2. The Principal Speeches of the Statesmen and Orators of the French Revolution by Henry Morse Stephens (1892)
"... jo me presentai pour demander ha parole; main on ne contesters pan sans doute quo j'ais vote pour he ..."
3. Canon and Text of the Old Testament by Frants Buhl (1892)
"by the circumstance that the contesters of the canonicity are unnamed (Wildeboer, Het ontstaan, p. 66), for this applies also to Proverbs ; or by the fact ..."
4. The Gospel standard, or Feeble Christian's support (1884)
"... the president or did not conform to every rule prescribed, he was then disapproved, or rejected from entering the list of contesters for the prize. ..."
5. Railway Reform: Ou, Considérations Sur la Nécessité de Réformer Les Bases Du (1843)
"... sans léser los parties et sans aggraver Ia situation du - pays par tie nouvelles taxes. S None pensons quo personne no contesters is ..."
6. A commentary on the Song of songs, from ancient and mediæval sources by Richard Frederick Littledale (1869)
"... and, as must never be forgotten in discussions of the kind, make the burden of disproof heavier for the contesters of the claim in possession. ..."