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She started asking teenagers in West Philadelphia what they needed, and this evolved into weekly sessions at various rec centers, often with meals provided.

She describes shoving her children under the playground equipment and staying there until officials opened up the rec center to families.

In 2015, seven years after Williams submitted his testimony, that rec center still wouldn’t exist and he would no longer be around to fight for it.

That amount of money can pay for a lot of things – parks, rec centers, libraries, firefighters and cops, etc.

Georgetown and other universities and businesses use RECs to invest in clean energy while powering their campuses with conventional grid-based electricity.

No word on whether, if the series be picked up, Lowe will pull a Parks and Rec and leave it after only four  seasons.

Looking for a rec center with an acre of cardio and weight machines like the ones used at the Beijing Olympics?

We were in the rec room and the door opened and in walked this girl with bright blue eyes.

Gray floors, gray tables, gray rec yard, gray toilets, gray everything.

I was laughing, you rec'lect, when I come back to tell you 'twas all right; I expect you knew pretty well how twas.

Rec′torate, Rec′torship; Rec′toress, a female rector: a governess; Rec′tory, the province or mansion of a rector.

Rec′tangled, having right angles; Rectang′ūlar, right-angled.

Rec′toscope, a speculum for rectal examination; Rectot′omy, the operation for dividing a rectal stricture.

Rec′iprock, Rec′iproque (Bacon), reciprocal; Recip′rocous (rare), turning back: reciprocal.

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On this page you'll find 49 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rec, such as: amusement, diversion, enjoyment, fun, hobby, and pleasure.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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