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engaged in as a pastime

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Possession and use of recreational marijuana became legal in Oregon in July.
The plan will allow commercial interests to have continued access to portions of two reefs in state waters and calls for the construction of a new reef for recreational fishing, also in state waters.
The recreational fishery sector accounts for a significant portion of the total take of many marine fish species managed by the state of California.
Recreational Vehicle Dealers Industry-Industry & Market Report, published annually , contains timely and accurate industry statistics, forecasts and demographics.
The proceedings gathered in this volume are from a November 2008 conference held in Dania Beach, Florida, bringing together some 200 international participants to discuss the global impact of recreational fishing on the environment.
However, the department does not fund any grant programs that support recreational activities exclusively nor does it define or track "recreational activities" among the various initiatives that grant recipients are implementing to execute their overall grant program objectives.
In Canada, as in most other Western countries, the recreational view has become the conventional view.
The peer-reviewed study, published in Science magazine, has produced a howl of criticism from recreational fishing advocates who question the data behind the study and oppose additional regulation.
Their new estimate for the annual recreational landings for all species, not just the troubled ones, comes to 4 percent.
However, it's important not to lose sight of the value--to your students and your business--of offering your recreational and pre-school dancers the best experience possible.
This 380-page guideline includes evidence-based practice; defining behaviors and the population; models and theoretical frameworks; literature review; recreational therapy practice; assessment instruments; outcomes; and 82 recreational therapy protocols.
But more, albeit less spectacular, damage to the environment--a "death from a thousands cuts"--may come from a much smaller source: recreational watercraft that put petroleum products, human and pet waste, trash, and potentially toxic metals into coastal waters, lakes, and rivers.
The New York City Economic Development Corporation (EDC) has selected a consultant team led by Donna Walcavage Landscape Architecture & Urban Design to prepare designs for transforming the Bush Terminal Piers in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, into a public recreational and open space amenity.
He spun from disco to disco, sampling all the recreational drugs offered to him on the dance floor, until one summer a group of friends told him about GHB.
He said there were 560 million recreational visits to national forests in 1980.
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