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compere

Brit
a master of ceremonies who introduces cabaret, television acts, etc.
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In her remarks, Kanwal Naseer highlighted the very basic principles and requirements of compering and said a compere needed to be a well read and well versed person, familiar with the literature, background history and objectives of the event.
She was at the back of the room, but after a few minutes, the entire room was not looking at the compere on the stage, they had their heads turned towards Aimee, mesmerised.
AN animal-loving councillor is swapping the council chamber for the pub when he comperes a charity quiz tonight.
The compere was chosen because he knew four different languages and was an expert in dealing with crowds - which the organisers knew better than us.
I did my first burlesque gig as a compere in August 2010 in Northampton.
Mr Smailes, a retired maintenance worker with a water company, had been the club's compere for about seven years, and his wife was the secretary.
Dave explained: "I became the compere because director Lewis Williams saw me compere at one of the Bay City Rollers Tour.
College for Women Dhoke Hasoo acted as judges while prominent and famous FM Radio compere Wali Muhammad did the compering on this occasion.
Birkenhead-based Compere Systems Ltd is a specialist in control systems integration and the supply of complete turnkey projects that encompass industrial automation, palletising solutions, air conveyors and drum unloading.