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Camp·er

(kahm'pĕr),
Pieter, Dutch physician and anatomist, 1721-1789. See: Camper chiasm, fatty layer of subcutaneous tissue of abdomen, Camper ligament, Camper line, Camper plane.
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Campas is a web based solution functional in any web browser and can access anywhere, anytime in any computer with broadband connection, said Dr.
Campas took the seventh, scoring well near the end of the round, but Macklin found the target with some good combinations in the eighth before closing out the final two rounds en route to a very professional victory.
The powerful Campas, 35, connected with 115 of his 367 punches and Duddy was cut over his left eye early in the second round.
Duddy, who is based in New York, said: "Campas has his legacy, he's a former world champion and a veteran of some great fights.
Vastly experienced and of the highest quality, Campas may be in the twilight of his career but in regular bursts he posed serious threats to Macklin's ambitions.
Campas may be 36 and in his 103rd fight but he is not someone to be underestimated.
But Duddy suffered cuts around both eyes during his thrill-filled fight against Campas, so the popular Derryman won't be able to help them fill The Garden that night.
At the National Stadium in Dublin he convincingly beat former IBF world title holder Yori Boy Campas - a hard-bitten experienced Mexican, what else?
BIRMINGHAM'S Matthew Macklin has promised that there will be a new and improved boxer on show when he makes his return to the ring by topping the bill against former world champion Yori Boy Campas in Dublin on March 22.