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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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Thorough instructions and safety equipment are provided with every rental, ensuring a safe and fun experience for everyone.
Liam said: "In my spare time I like to have fun, so the opportunity to have a go at making my own pizza is very exciting.
There are many reasons nurses may not be having fun at work that stem from personal, interpersonal, intrapersonal and organizational influences.
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Practice leads to progress; progress leads to accomplishment; accomplishment leads to appreciation of the assigned music--and maybe even to fun.
Mike Huckabee picked up his stride and led the group across the Fun Run finish line.
Fun fact: In 2004, ran in a race re-enacting the ancient Olympics--barefoot, in a toga.
The guys I skate with on Wednesday nights make it fun.
Parents will find the drawings fun and the admonition to 'clean your claws, your fur and scales' hilarious.
Leading interactive designer Ralph Koster provides a visual survey and discussion which examines the foundation of designing a 'fun game' in Theory Of Fun For Game Design, examining the different levels which work for game designers initially, how these ideas translate into games which teach and evolve, and how learning and playing are interconnected.