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recreation

(rĕk-rē-ā′shŭn)
Participation in any endeavor that is entertaining, relaxing, or refreshing. Recreational activities may be personal or private (e.g., reading, painting), social (e.g., team sports or dance), physical (e.g., hunting), or mental (e.g., meditating or praying); they may be active or passive. Many recreational activities combine more than one of these elements.
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Through collaborative efforts of EFMP, School Liaison Program, Semper Fit and Child Youth and Teen Center, military families are offered a variety of recreational activities.
Language and voice-activated technology will advance the capacity of people with mobility and communication problems to relate to co-workers and friends in employment and integrated leisure recreational activities.
However, we believe that in the interest of fairness, and to encourage governments to explore appropriate recreational activities, governments should be treated under the statutes in the same manner as the individual.
While La Vida Laguna still offers recreational activities to tourists, it counts corporate teambuilding and events as its primary business.
Big Fun is an organization that promotes the integration of children with disabilities into all aspects of life through recreational activities.
Operated by the YMCA of Greater Toronto, it will provide transitional housing and supports for homeless youth, as well as programs and recreational activities for the surrounding Acom Place community.
No cuts or gross abrasions on the skin of the siblings were reported, but microabrasions may have occurred during the recreational activities.
This includes resorts, scenic lookouts, hiking tails and numerous recreational activities and historical sites.
Prices include all hotel accommodations, meals, SuperSnacks, unlimited premium brand cocktails, entertainment, hotel taxes, recreational activities, unlimited use of all sports facilities and airport transfers.
However, the study's authors Tobacman, Zimmerman, Lee, et al found men to be more affected by an inability to work and/or drive, while women were unable to perform recreational activities or activities of daily life.
It provides a wide range of services for approximately 800 people with a disability that inhibits their activities of daily living -- including numerous residential alternatives, employment training, career counseling, job placement services, cognitive and life skills instruction, clinical and therapeutic support, and volunteer and recreational activities.

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