Abbreviated Ch A title awarded by the American Kennel Club in recognition of a dog closely matching its breed standard It is earned by competition in the conformation show ring It is placed in front of a dog's registered name Example: Ch Black Ice's High Speed Chase
The UCT head of an AIMS workstream, generally the senior line manager in a department or process area under AIMS review Champions provided strategic content input and were accountable for the "sign-off" of each milestone in the stream's progress
A person who takes an inordinate interest in seeing that a particular process or product is fully developed and marketed The role varies from situations calling for little more than stimulating awareness of the opportunity to extreme cases where the champion tries to force a project past the strongly entrenched internal resistance of company policy or that of objecting parties
The title conferred upon (given to) the winner of a World, Regional or National Championship GS 3 2 4 The winning competitor shall be the competitor with the highest aggregate score at the end of the championship A 5 8 1
One who by defeating all rivals, has obtained an acknowledged supremacy in any branch of athletics or game of skill, and is ready to contend with any rival; as, the champion of England
Is a visionary, evangelist, and strong advocate for the work Sees the need for the work; serves as a catalyst, raises awareness about the project effort Provides a sense of energy and passion for the work Demonstrates why the work is important Builds support for the cause Helps clear the path ahead
a person who backs a politician or a team etc ; "all their supporters came out for the game"; "they are friends of the library"
(1) Person who spearheads an idea or action and promotes it throughout the organization (2) Person with significant influence who takes personal responsibility (although usually not for day-to-day management) for the successful completion of a project for the organization
Brand of farrier tools from 1895 until 1963 Champion developed the Channellock plier in 1933, quit making farrier tools in 1963 and became Channellock, Inc
one who in ancient times contended in single combat in behalf of another's honor or rights; or one who now acts or speaks in behalf of a person or a cause; a defender; an advocate; a hero
If you champion a person, a cause, or a principle, you support or defend them. He passionately championed the poor The amendments had been championed by pro-democracy activists. to publicly fight for and defend an aim or principle, such as the rights of a group of people
someone who fights for a cause someone who has won first place in a competition protect or fight for as a champion holding first place in a contest; "a champion show dog"; "a prizewinning wine
This is one of the many stages in the Digimon's life where he/she can evolve using a Digivice
If you are a champion of a person, a cause, or a principle, you support or defend them. He was once known as a champion of social reform
A champion is someone who has won the first prize in a competition, contest, or fight. a former Olympic champion Kasparov became world champion. a champion boxer and skier
A business leader or senior manager who ensures that resources are available for training and projects, and who is involved in project tollgate reviews; also an executive who supports and addresses Six Sigma organizational issues
A person who takes a passionate interest in seeing that a particular process or product is fully developed and marketed This informal role varies from situations calling for little more than stimulating awareness of the opportunity to extreme cases where the champion tries to force a project past the strongly entrenched internal resistance of company policy or that of objecting parties (see Chapter 5 in The PDMA ToolBook)
To furnish with a champion; to attend or defend as champion; to support or maintain; to protect
[ cham-pE-&n ] (noun.) 13th century. From Middle English Old French Medieval Latin campio (“a champion, combatant in a duel”) campus (“a battle, duel”) Latin campus (“a field, a plain, a place of action”).
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