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Student musical organizations are the Knights of Carleton and the Overtones ( men's vocal groups ), and the Keynotes ( a women's singing group ).
The lay leadership of the church may be invited to speak on the various phases of church life, service opportunities, the church school, missions, men's work, women's work, youth program, social activities, and finances.
Historically, the university has shown great athletic dominance in men's, women's, and mixed archery ; men's, women's, and mixed badminton ; women's golf ; women's swimming and diving ; and baseball.
ASU has won 23 national collegiate team championships in the following sports: baseball ( 5 ), men's golf ( 2 ), women's golf ( 7 ), men's gymnastics ( 1 ), softball ( 2 ), men's indoor track ( 1 ), women's indoor track ( 2 ), men's outdoor track ( 1 ), women's outdoor track ( 1 ), and wrestling ( 1 ).
Except for men's and women's meetings, most meetings targeting specific demographics ( including newcomers, gays, and young people ) do not exclude other alcoholics.
Since 1992, badminton has been an Olympic sport with five events: men's and women's singles, men's and women's doubles, and mixed doubles, in which each pair consists of a man and a woman.

women's and water
Caltech has athletic teams in baseball, men's and women's basketball, cross country, fencing, men's soccer, swimming and diving, men's and women's tennis, track and field, women's volleyball, and men's and women's water polo.
Daughter Gina Campbell has been heavily involved in the project to restore the " Bluebird ", and has also contributed to the family legacy in a more direct way, by setting the women's world water speed record in 1984 in " Bluebird II ", at.
As of early 1994, there were thirty-three ministerial portfolios: commerce ; communications ; culture ; defence ; defence production ; education ; environment ; finance and economic affairs ; food and agriculture ; foreign affairs ; health ; housing ; information and broadcasting ; interior ; Kashmiri affairs and Northern Areas ; law and justice ; local government ; minority affairs ; narcotics control ; parliamentary affairs ; petroleum and natural resources production ; planning and development ; railways ; religious affairs ; science and technology ; social welfare ; special education ; sports ; state and frontier regions ; tourism ; water and power ; women's development ; and youth affairs.
The Academy's intercollegiate program has 17 men's and 10 women's NCAA sanctioned teams, nicknamed the ‘‘ Falcons .’‘ Men's teams compete in football, baseball, basketball, ice hockey, cross-country, fencing, golf, gymnastics, indoor and outdoor track, lacrosse, rifle, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, water polo and wrestling.
CC dropped its intercollegiate athletic programs in football, softball, and women's water polo following the 2008-09 academic year.
Two dirty day-rooms ; and three offensive night-rooms: That for men eight feet square: one of the women's, nine by eight ; the other four and a half feet square: the straw, worn to dust, swarmed with vermin: no court: no water accessible to prisoners.
There are also intercollegiate and club teams in men's and women's fencing, men's and women's rowing, men's rugby, water polo, men's volleyball and men's and women's Ultimate.
A gender-based assessment of roles and practices in maintaining crop production and household resources such as fuel and water is recommended in order to understand the social and environmental factors surrounding men's and women's work.
The colleges also offers a variety of other club sports including men's and women's lacrosse, crew, Nordic skiing, ultimate frisbee, water polo, men's and women's rugby and Australian rules football and curling.
University Recreation also supports 26 club sports, including bowling, men's crew, cricket, cycling, equestrian show team, men's and women's flag football, fencing, polo, men's and women's ice hockey, judo, men's lacrosse, logger sports, rodeo, men's rugby union, women's rugby, sailing, ski team, men's soccer, women's fast-pitch softball, taekwondo, triathlon, Ultimate, men's and women's volleyball, water polo and wrestling.
The SCIAC currently sponsors baseball, men's & women's basketball, men's & women's cross country, football, men's & women's golf, women's lacrosse, men's & women's soccer, softball, men's & women's swimming & diving, men's & women's tennis, men's & women's track & field, women's volleyball and men's & women's water polo.

women's and polo
The MCR has been particularly strong at women's boxing, polo and cricket.

women's and teams
The women's Ultimate club team, known as " Snatch ", has also been very successful in recent years, ranking 44 of over 200 college teams in the Ultimate Player's Association.
* List of women's national football teams
For example, in England, the England Hockey reports that as of the 2008 – 09 season there were 2488 registered men's teams, 1969 women's teams, 1042 boys ' teams, 966 girls ' teams and 274 mixed teams.
The EuroFloorball Cup ( formerly European Cup ) is an IFF-organised club event for both men's and women's teams.
These section elememts are bodywaves for women's teams, power elements for men's teams and lifts for mixed teams.
Male athletic teams are called the Stags, and women's teams are called the Athenas.
Hinkle hosted the Indiana High School Athletic Association Championships for many years ( including Milan's 1954 championship ), Butler University also is notable for its men's and women's basketball teams.
In 2006, considerable controversy arose after the decision to cut 10 varsity teams ( including both men's and women's teams ) was deemed necessary by the Board of Visitors to comply with Title IX restrictions.
* Northern's multi-purpose student events center, funded in part by a $ 2 million donation by 1971 alumnus John Berry, opened in 1999 and is the home of the Northern Michigan University hockey and men's and women's basketball teams.
* Alberta Pandas, the University of Alberta women's athletic teams
At the international level, women's rowing traditionally has been dominated by Eastern European countries, such as Romania, Russia, and Bulgaria, although other countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, Canada, and New Zealand often field competitive teams.
Both the men's and women's rugby clubs have enjoyed success, with the men's rugby club earning a New York State Championship in 1999, and both teams having won numerous tournament titles.
The analogous competition for women's national teams, the Fed Cup, was founded as the Federation Cup in 1963 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the ITF.

women's and are
`` We are back with the ' Met ' again now that the ' Met ' is back in Chicago '', bulletins Mrs. Frank S. Sims, president of the women's board of the University of Chicago Cancer Research Foundation.
Indonesia, South Korea, China, and Malaysia along with Denmark are among the nations that have consistently produced world-class players in the past few decades, with China being the greatest force in both men's and women's competition in recent years.
Historically, women's bicycle frames had a top tube that connected in the middle of the seat tube instead of the top, resulting in a lower standover height at the expense of compromised structural integrity, since this places a strong bending load in the seat tube, and bicycle frame members are typically weak in bending.
Because of its persistent image as a " women's " bicycle, step-through frames are not common for larger frames.
Because it is a part-time position, all able members are expected to assist in the management of the ward by holding delegated lay positions ( for example, women's and youth leaders, teachers ) referred to as ' callings.
In the course of thelarche, some girls develop breasts the lower skin-envelope of which touches the chest below the IMF, and some girls do not ; both breast anatomies are statistically normal morphologic variations of the size and shape of women's breasts.
About 90 % of women's breasts are asymmetrical to some degree, either in size, volume, or relative position upon the chest.
Studies suggest that knowledge of its existence and anatomy is scant in comparison to that of other sexual organs, and that more education about it could help alleviate social stigmas associated with the female body and female sexual pleasure ; for example, that the clitoris – and the vulva in general – are visually unappealing ; that female masturbation is taboo ; or that women's orgasms are something that " men are expected to master and control ".
They found that increased women's rights were are associated with less civil wars and that legal polygamy had no effect after women ’ s rights were controlled for.
Men are often the victim in certain areas of employment as men begin to seek work in office and childcare settings traditionally perceived as " women's jobs ".
Many male feminists and pro-feminists are active in both women's rights activism, feminist theory, and masculinity studies.
No other genres so actively invite representations of the ultimate goals of feminism: worlds free of sexism, worlds in which women's contributions ( to science ) are recognized and valued, worlds in which the diversity of women's desire and sexuality, and worlds that move beyond gender.
Sudanese surgeon Nahid Toubia — president of RAINBO ( Research, Action and Information Network for the Bodily Integrity of Women ) — told the BBC in 2002 that campaigning against FGM involved trying to change women's consciousness: " By allowing your genitals to be removed is perceived that you are heightened to another level of pure motherhood — a motherhood not tainted by sexuality and that is why the woman gives it away to become the matron, respected by everyone.
Winners of key women's downhill events at Fort William are:
Winners of key women's 4-cross events at Fort William are:
Some of the male lecturers in Oxford are still not happy with women getting degrees ; the number of women in the University is restricted by statute to no more than 25 % ( a restriction which would only be removed in the 1970s ); women are segregated in special women's colleges such as Shrewsbury, while the prestigious historic colleges remain exclusively male ; women's colleges are starved for funds and run on a shoestring.

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