interclass in a sentence

The ethnographic reports show that interclass crises directly affected therapeutic criteria and care of the ill.

For each outcome the average interclass correlation across the four study groups was used as the estimate for.

The limited intercollegiate play under Aden came to an end, with basketball now limited to intramurals and interclass play.

In 1920, “as a result of the interest in the interclass and interfraternity leagues, in which twenty-two teams took part,” an informal Michigan hockey team was organized to represent the university.

In Katznelson’s words: ‘ interclass collaboration, necessary for the implementation of Zionism, means mobilizing maximum forces for building up the homeland through labour.

To celebrate the school’s birthday, interclass games involving touch rugby, chess, soccer, the obstacle course, hockey and numerous other games are held on an interclass basis on the last day of the first term.

To celebrate the school’s birthday, interclass games involving touch rugby, chess, soccer, the obstacle course, hockey and numerous other games are held on an interclass basis on the last day of the first term.

The interclass games were de-emphasized, but fraternities and sororities played the game, as well as organizations such as the YWCA, industrial leagues and AAU teams.

On December 7, 1906 the Los Angeles Herald declared: “Basketball Is Started At U.S.C.” The first official game of USC basketball was an interclass drubbing by the freshman over the sophomores, 25-2.

There is also a smaller interclass gathering on the last day of school: the LASA picnic, usually held at Zilker Park, it usually student organized with students arranging transportation and times, it’s bring your own lunch, and then joining other students at Barton Springs Pool, time for talking and yearbooks, and just general camaraderie.

Being the leader of the fellow Josephians, the Prefects’ Board has assisted in different school functions like s.1 orientation Day, Sports day, swimming gala, interclass Banner competition, Green and White Open Day etc. When organizing different functions, sufficient communication among members of the Prefects’ Board is necessary so as to update the current situation or deal with any emergencies.

He attended Port Washington High School from 1945 to 1947 and participated in “Port Weekly” (the school paper), “Red Domino” ( interclass play), football, and the “Port Light” (yearbook).

My experience is that a lot of people on the left are actually in extreme distress from unresolved family traumas or interclass traumas, or the transition from non-disabled to disabled, and so on.

The eruption of the popular classes into the public realm gave to Haussmann’s Paris a sort of ‘classless’ character; the edges dividing the social classes became blurred; an arena of interclass communications and interactions was opened.

” Furthermore, witchcraft in Mexico generally required an interethnic and interclass network of witches.

interclass games

The following year, Hiss formed an organization which voted “condemn intercollegiate competition for women, and to endorse the intramural/ interclass model”.