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intermural

[¦in·tər′myu̇r·əl]
(anatomy)
Between the walls of an organ.
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This change has struck the right balance between the interests of amateur sport on the one hand and the commercial sector on the other.
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.
opts to stay with the more conventional amateur sports and away from the more dangerous activities, says Mark Nichols, executive manager of Markel Specialty's new-product development team.
The Massachusetts Amateur Sports Foundation (MASF), an independent, non-profit organizer of the Bay State Summer and Winter Games, provides Olympic-style athletic competitions and developmental programs for amateur athletes of all ages.
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.
Amateur sports clubs in Huddersfield are being urged to sign up for a new scheme which could win them cash.
Neither Spain nor any other Member State can prevent a European citizen from playing in amateur sports competitions in any of the EU nations, says the European Commission.
As part of the partnership, the magazine will help educate both the picture flaming industry and consumers about the upside of custom framing for the 100 million-plus amateur sports market.
Created by the Amateur Sports Act of 1978 (now the Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act), the USOC is a non-profit company that is responsible for coordinating the country's participation in the Olympic Games.
The Chancellor announced tax breaks for 100,000 amateur sports clubs in the UK - paying tribute to Newcastle Falcons player Jonny and the winning England XV.
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