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27 examples of  recreational  in sentences

27 examples of recreational in sentences

This calls for playgrounds and weekday playtime, as well as plenty of recreational opportunities provided by the churches, without money-making features.

More sleep, recreational trips, vacations slip into the rank of necessities, whereas previously they had been laughed at as luxuries.

Adj. amusing, entertaining, diverting &c v.; recreational, recreative, lusory^; pleasant &c (pleasing) 829; laughable &c (ludicrous) 853; witty &c 842; fun, festive, festal; jovial, jolly, jocund, roguish, rompish^; playful, playful as a kitten; sportive, ludibrious^. funny; very funny, hilarious, uproarious, side-splitting. amused &c v.; pleased with a rattle, tickled with a straw

In its classes (derneks) boys are trained in military practices, in 'a recreational manner,' so that they enjoypositively enjoy (a Prussian touch)the exercises that will fit them to be of use to the Sultan William II.

Prussian thoroughness, therefore, saw that their training must begin earlier; the old junior class has become the senior class, and a new junior class has been set on foot which begins its recreational exercises in the service of William II., Got and Allah, at the age of eight.

We know so well, are reminded so often of the worth of the good book and great, that too often we fail to observe or understand the influence for good of a boy's recreational reading.

Golden Gate Park is the aureole of San Francisco's recreational haunts.

Unlike those of New York, Pennsylvania forests were acquired and are managed primarily for timber production, although the recreational uses are not overlooked.

Games and recreational methods for clubs, camps, and scouts.

Jerome D. Hannan (A) & Marie Cecelia Drobka (E of George Johnson); 31Mar58; R211846. HARBIN, E. O. Recreational materials and methods.

Recreational materials and methods.

Announcing recreational Journeys to earth's ends.

Louis Postif, nee Jeanne-Marie Andre (W); 30Jan58; R207674. STANDISH, MARY ELIZABETH HARBIN. Recreational materials and methods.

Games and recreational methods for clubs, camps and scouts.

Games and recreational methods for clubs, camps and scouts.

Harold C. Hand (A); 23Feb65; R356378. Recreational guidance test, form A. Directions for administering and scoring, test and key.

MIHALIK, ANDREW S. Computerized accounting and management systems for mobile home parks; presented at Annual Homesite Development and Management Seminar, Kellogg Center, Michigan State University, Lansing, Michigan, April 15, 1971, Michigan Mobile Home and Recreational Vehicle Institute.

Games and recreational methods for clubs, camps, and scouts.

Jerome D. Hannan (A) & Marie Cecelia Drobka (E of George Johnson); 31Mar58; R211846. HARBIN, E. O. Recreational materials and methods.

Recreational materials and methods.

Announcing recreational Journeys to earth's ends.

Louis Postif, nee Jeanne-Marie Andre (W); 30Jan58; R207674. STANDISH, MARY ELIZABETH HARBIN. Recreational materials and methods.

Games and recreational methods for clubs, camps and scouts.

Games and recreational methods for clubs, camps and scouts.

Harold C. Hand (A); 23Feb65; R356378. Recreational guidance test, form A. Directions for administering and scoring, test and key.

MIHALIK, ANDREW S. Computerized accounting and management systems for mobile home parks; presented at Annual Homesite Development and Management Seminar, Kellogg Center, Michigan State University, Lansing, Michigan, April 15, 1971, Michigan Mobile Home and Recreational Vehicle Institute.

These public services include a water supply; the disposal of waste; public defense of life and property; food and diversion (bread and circuses) for the needy; fire prevention and fire fighting apparatus; educational facilities, including libraries and reading rooms; outside recreational facilities such as parks and play-grounds.