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At a recent meeting of the Women's Association of the Trumbull Ave. United Presbyterian Church, considerable use was made of material from The Detroit News on the King James version of the New Testament versus the New English Bible.
Upon Byers ' retirement in 1964, The Fabulous Moolah, who won a junior heavyweight version of the NWA World Women's Championship ( the predecessor to the WWE Women's Championship ) in a tournament back in 1958, was recognized by most NWA promoters as champion by default.
The town government sponsors Gay Men's Week, Women's Week, Bear Week, Family Week ( same-sex families ), and their version of a gay pride parade, Carnival.
Many fans of Women's Boxing considered it the female version of the Thrilla in Manila.
In the UK, the novel was serialised as an abridged version in the weekly Women's Pictorial magazine in six instalments from February 16 ( Volume 29, Number 736 ) to March 23, 1935 ( Volume 29, Number 741 ) under the title Mystery in the Air.
This day is now the official holiday of Mongolia's army, and is usually celebrated as the equivalent of Defender of the Fatherland Day in Russia, or the male version of International Women's Day.
She appeared with both World Championship Wrestling and the World Wrestling Federation as Starla Saxton, unsuccessfully challenging Jacqueline for the WWF Women's Championship on an October 1998 episode of Sunday Night Heat and on an episode of the U. K. version of " Shotgun.
In the same year, she was also secretary of the university student body, a member of the party executive in the ACT, and the founding co-convenor of the Vida Women's Network-an attempt to form a Democrat version of Emily's List Australia.
Russian TNT-TV hosts a localised version of the show titled Women's League (, Zhienskaya Liga ).
* Women's Health ( Brazilian version )
It is a regional version of the Empress Cup National Women's Ekiden in January, with 18 prefectural teams made up of runners ranging from junior high to professional.
* ABC also airs The Open Championship Today, a condensed version of ESPN's Saturday and Sunday coverage of the British Open, as well as one-hour versions of the final rounds of the Senior and Women's British Opens.
In 2001 Newell opened his version of the Big Man Camp for women and dubbed it " Pete Newell's Tall Women's Basketball Camp " with the following simple sentence serving as a summary of its intentions: " The Pete Newell Tall Women's Basketball Camp goal is to continue to do what Pete Newell has done his whole life-to teach the fundamentals and footwork of the game of basketball to young players.
The expanded version appeared after publication of the book in the weekly magazine Women's Illustrated from December 24, 1960 to January 7, 1961 under the alternative title of The Theft of the Royal Ruby with illustrations by Zelinksi.
The true first publication of the expanded version was in three instalments in Women's Illustrated from September 17 to October 1, 1960 with illustrations by Zelinksi.
In the UK, the novel was serialised as an abridged version in the weekly Women's Pictorial magazine in seven instalments from February 20 ( Volume 33, Number 841 ) to April 3, 1937 ( Volume 33, Number 847 ) under the title Mystery of Littlegreen House.
The sport regained some popularity, due to the national team's participation at the World Cricket League, and the Argentina national women's cricket team at the Women's version of the ICC Americas Championship.

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It is now the premier IFF event for Men's and Women's Club teams.
On October 7, the Afghan Women's Mission ( AWM ) organized a fund raising event for RAWA in Los Angeles, California.
At the 2011 French Open she won the Women's Legends Doubles event with partner Martina Hingis.
The Original Nine women from the Houston event, along with Heldman, then created their own tour, the Virginia Slims Circuit, which would later absorb the ILTF's Women's Grand Prix circuit, and eventually become the WTA Tour.
Salem's success in holding that event led the NCAA to also move the NCAA Men's Division III Basketball Championship and the NCAA Division III Volleyball Championship to the Salem Civic Center and the Women's NCAA Division III Softball Championship to Moyer Field.
Women's professional golf had no event directly comparable to the Accenture Championship until the HSBC Women's World Match Play Championship was introduced in 2005.
In addition, there is a separate event for women only, for the title of Women's World Champion, as well as separate competitions and titles for juniors ( under 20 years of age ), seniors ( 60 + for men, 50 + for women ), and computers.
Women's hurdles are slightly lower at 84 cm for the 100 m event and 76 cm ( 2 ft 6in ) for the 400 m event.
Women's initially competed in the 80 metres hurdles event, which entered the Olympic programme in 1932.
** Women's champion: in the inaugural event, Canada defeated United States
In July 2011, Biarritz also hosted the Roxy Pro event, a tournament part of the ASP Women's World Tour.
Women's artistic gymnastics entered the Olympics as a team event in 1928.
This event is called the Colgate Women's Games.
She began her professional career on the Women's Tennis Association ( WTA ) tour in May 1999 as a wild card entry in the Belgian Open clay tournament at Antwerp and became only the fifth player to win her debut WTA Tour event.
Dublin, Ireland's Women's Mini-Marathon is said to be the largest all-female event of its kind in the world.
This is the first ever Women's world tour event and was the biggest ever beach lifestyle event hosted on the island.
In the West, International Women's Day was first observed as a popular event after 1977 when the United Nations General Assembly invited member states to proclaim March 8 as the UN Day for women's rights and world peace.
Temma Kaplan explains that " neither event seems to have taken place, but many Europeans think March 8, 1907 inaugurated International Women's Day.
Women's heptathlon is the combined event for women contested in the Athletics program of the Olympics and in the IAAF World Championships in Athletics.
* Women's speed skating is held as a demonstration event only with competitions over 500m, 1000m and 1500m.

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Under the auspices of the Women's Recreation Association, interclass competition is organized in badminton, basketball, field hockey, golf, tennis, and swimming.
Mrs. Greenfield is president of the Westfield Women's Republican Club and is a Westfield county committeewoman.
She is the symbol of the United States Women's Navy and was depicted on their Unit Crest.
As of 2011, the Golf Croquet World Champion is Mark McInerney ( Ireland ) and the Women's Golf Croquet World Champion is Rachel Rowe ( England ).
She is best remembered as a leader in the fight for women's right to vote, as a co-editor of the radical arts and politics magazine The Liberator, and as a co-founder of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
Similarly, the Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study ( MACS ) and the Women's Interagency HIV Study ( WIHS ) — which between them observed more than 8, 000 Americans — demonstrated that "... the presence of HIV infection is the only factor that is strongly and consistently associated with the conditions that define AIDS.
The Women's Mini Marathon has been run since 1983 on the first Monday in June, which is also a bank holiday in Ireland.
Dianic Wicca is a female born religion based upon Women's shared Blood Mysteries.
Artistic gymnastics is usually divided into Men's and Women's Gymnastics.
The Patriot Center is a 10, 000 seat arena, home court for the Men's and Women's basketball team.
: The fluidity and wit of the witches is evident in the ever-changing acronym: the basic, original title was Women's International Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell [...] and the latest heard at this writing is Women Inspired to Commit Herstory.
The Indiana Fever is a professional women's basketball team that plays in the Women's National Basketball Association ( WNBA ).
Irina Krush ( born December 24, 1983 ) is an American chess player who has won the U. S. Women's Chess Championship in 1998, 2007, 2010, and 2012.
She is the author of a number of works of science fiction, fantasy and feminist literary criticism such as How to Suppress Women's Writing, as well as a contemporary novel, On Strike Against God, and one children's book, Kittatinny.
As a Republican and avid supporter of Women's Suffrage, it is thought that Baum personally did not support the political ideals of either the Populist movement of 1890-92 or the Bryanite-silver crusade of 1896-1900.
* 1942 – World War II: in the United States, a bill creating the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps ( WAAC ) is signed into law.
* 1911 – International Women's Day is launched in Copenhagen, Denmark, by Clara Zetkin, leader of the Women's Office for the Social Democratic Party in Germany.
* 1872 – Women's suffrage in the United States: In defiance of the law, suffragist Susan B. Anthony votes for the first time, and is later fined $ 100.
An exception is Dianic Wicca ( also known as Feminist Witchcraft and / or Feminist Spirituality ), a branch of Wicca practiced almost exclusively by women, most of whom are heterosexual, preferring to practice their spirituality with other women in pursuit of Women's Mysteries.

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