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intramural

1. Education chiefly US and Canadian operating within or involving those in a single establishment
2. Anatomy within the walls of a cavity or hollow organ

intramural

[¦in·trə′myu̇r·əl]
(anatomy)
Within the substance of the walls of an organ.
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This study seeks to determine if there are any significant differences between various demographic groups in the social benefits attained from intramural sports involvement.
As a result, the head of intramural sports had implemented a "sportsmanship" policy giving a great deal of authority to the officials.
Students learn different ways to stay active on campus, whether in fitness classes or intramural sports or right in their dorms.
In addition to the pub changes, strong ideas include creating a new outdoor social space on campus, and more recreational and intramural sports opportunities.
The program also gives students access to IPFW student housing and intramural sports leagues, and the schools will work together on financial aid packages.
Almost every base has some type of intramural sports program.
I probably will be playing a lot of intramural sports just to keep myself active," Campbell said.
In the past, intramural sports and student groups such as the USC band also vied for priority usage of the field.
In addition, OLAD has developed and implemented Operational Risk Management practices for the unit's official and recreational activities, participating in both base and community intramural sports programs without a single injury.
CHICAGO--Just six weeks after their spiritual leader released a pastoral letter on racism, several predominantly white Catholic schools refused to admit a largely black school into its intramural sports league.
Intramural sports were open to all at Brown, but eight times as many men took part as women.
Curtis strives to keep kids fit and reduce obesity rates with after-school athletics, lunchtime intramural sports, and attendance recovery programs.