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recreational

(rĕk′rē-ā′shə-nəl)
adj.
Of or relating to the occasional use of drugs for pleasure or intoxication.

rec′re·a′tion·al·ly adv.
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The last time the poll was conducted in 2015, only 53 percent of those queried in the state said they would vote "yes" for a recreational ballot measure.
The other communities with local recreational marijuana taxes on the ballot are Cottage Grove, Veneta, Westfir, Dunes City, Florence, Creswell and Oakridge.
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Using attitudes towards same-sex marriage as a proxy, one may safely conclude that virtually all of the NDP, Bloc Quebecois and Liberal MPs adhere to the recreational concept.
While our prior research revealed a host of clear-cut biological and psychosocial benefits associated with recreational music making, one question clearly remained to be answered.
The authors say recreational fishing targets large, top-level predatory fish in the ocean.
responds that the impacts of recreational fishing "have always been recognized" by fisheries managers.
Those "babies" are your future, and the recreational dancers are your financial base, not only because there are more of them, but because they're not attending classes al a reduced rate, like the intensive dancers.
But more, albeit less spectacular, damage to the environment--a "death from a thousands cuts"--may come from a much smaller source: recreational watercraft that put petroleum products, human and pet waste, trash, and potentially toxic metals into coastal waters, lakes, and rivers.
The New York City Economic Development Corporation (EDC) has selected a consultant team led by Donna Walcavage Landscape Architecture & Urban Design to prepare designs for transforming the Bush Terminal Piers in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, into a public recreational and open space amenity.
He spun from disco to disco, sampling all the recreational drugs offered to him on the dance floor, until one summer a group of friends told him about GHB.
He said there were 560 million recreational visits to national forests in 1980.

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