compo


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compo

1. Any composition material.
2. Mortar made with an appropriate proportion of cement, lime, and sand.
3. Various plastic cements and pastes which harden on exposure, as papiermâché.
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I don't blame coppers on the ground for all the whinging and scaremongering (although I do blame them for silly compo claims).
Tom who joined the show as one of the lead characters first raised the idea of a Compo statue in 2003.
Meanwhile, the new Step Compo features ''a compact, lightweight, stylish design and foldable construction that allows easy storage and transport.
The compo pasta produced by Pedrosa provides a three-dimensional effect on frames and framed art pieces.
The series is produced by Odysys, the digital division of esteemed European Technology Provider Nord Compo (http://www.
Sentencing him at Newcastle Crown Court, Judge Michael Cartlidge said: "When asked about it the girl said he put her hand on a radiator because he was annoyed she called him Compo, who is a character from the well-known TV series Last of The Summer Wine and is a somewhat dishevelled gentleman.
But when the last drops of the vintage show drain away tonight, what does the future hold for Compo, Clegg and Foggy's old stomping ground?
Brian Wilde, who played pompous ex-army corporal Foggy Dewhirst and led his pals Clegg and Compo in various hare-brained adventures, died in March, aged 80.
I'm all for her trading up but Compo can't be worth pounds 5m.
After all, this is a sitcom and Compo was full of impish fun.
TRIBUTES have poured in for Bill Owen, Compo in TV's Last of the Summer Wine, after he lost his battle against stomach and bowel cancer.
I t m a d e h o u s e h o l d names of characters such as Compo (Bill Owen), Clegg (Peter Sallis) and Howard (Robert Fyfe).