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intermural

[¦in·tər′myu̇r·əl]
(anatomy)
Between the walls of an organ.
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Alternatively charities and Community Amateur Sports Clubs can contact their Licensed Provider.
THE UK's first channel dedicated to the coverage of amateur sport has selected Cardiff for its headquarters - with the aim of securing 80,000 subscribers in its first year.
Mr Scheid, who hails from Pennsylvania, said the channel will provide coverage of more than 50 amateur sports, including table tennis and archery - including live broadcasts with studio analysis from Cardiff.
The independent broker's Sports Insurance Program includes amateur sports teams and leagues; national sports organizations and national governing bodies; amateur sports facilities; coaches and officials associations; sports training/coaching schools; sports camps, clinics and tournaments; health and fitness clubs; and special events.
The District Court of Bern, Judgment of 13 June 2008 (5) has decided that, since it would be legitimate to safeguard the national character of amateur sports events, it is sufficient to only stipulate that the majority of the athletes in one team is Swiss, but to restrict the portion of non-nationals to only two athletes would be discriminating.
On the facts before it, the Court found that the organization seeking to be registered in the case did not qualify, and was unwilling to go as far as finding that promoting or providing amateur sports should be a recognized charitable purpose.
The Community Amateur Sports Club registration with the Inland Revenue means clubs can get tax breaks and exemptions.
Mr Brown said clubs who converted to "Community Amateur Sports Club" status would be entitled to 80pc rates relief, in excess of pounds 1,000 a year.
John McCain, the Arizona Republican who is chairman of the Commerce Committee, wants a task force of outside experts and Olympic committee members to recommend changes to the 1978 Amateur Sports Act.
The Budget also gave a pounds 20million boost to amateur sports clubs to pay for improving facilities.
They're only after legal betting on amateur sports done in Nevada, which they said exists only because of a "loop-hole" in an earlier federal law.
TOKYO, March 9 Kyodo The Japan Amateur Sports Association (JASA) expects revenue for fiscal 1998 will be about 200 million yen short of the 3.
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