social activity


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Noun1.social activity - activity considered appropriate on social occasions
group action - action taken by a group of people
association - the act of consorting with or joining with others; "you cannot be convicted of criminal guilt by association"
mingling - the action of people mingling and coming into contact; "all the random mingling and idle talk made him hate literary parties"
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It had been built by an earlier settler, and abandoned, because the soil about it was too sterile for cultivation, while its comparative remoteness put it out of the sphere of that social activity which already marked the habits of the emigrants.
com)-- Known, an open source publishing platform used to empower both individuals and groups to own their social activity online, today announced that it had entered into an exclusive web hosting sponsorship agreement with DreamHost, the Los Angeles-based web host and domain registrar.
In addition to displaying the established metric of Field-Weighted Citation Impact, Scopus has introduced new percentile benchmark metrics for citations, Scholarly Activity, and Social Activity.
Alongside this is a desire for more opportunities to meet new people, make and sustain friendships and enjoy more social activity.
The first executive committee meeting of Karachi Tax Bar Association was also held today in which the sub-committees were formed namely Advisory, E-News & Views, Membership, Library & Website, Members' Social Activity, Public Relations & Press & Media, Administration, Continuous Professional Education (CPE), Finance Bill, Diary, Benevolent Fund, Finance & Related Matters, Members Facilitation, Indirect Taxes and KTBA Professional Development Program which are headed by their respective conveners.
I would like to thank the social activity co-ordinators and Margaret Starkey, from the Friends of Briardene, for their extra work in making this happen.
Washington, Feb 18 (ANI): Higher levels of social activity decrease the risk of developing disability in old age, according to a new study at Rush University Medical Center.
The study was conducted to determine the degree of social activity of the Muslim community in Kyrgyzstan.
Parakh, Kiran Asher and a representatives from Shri Rajyoga Foundation praised Mehta and appreciated his support for almost every social activity in Oman.
Leaning away from the static ideas of thesis, support and structure and toward a more naturally flowing and dynamic writing style, Rewriting challenges the reader to think of writing an adaptive, social activity and shape one's written intellectual opinions and discussions accordingly.
The pleasure principal at The Charleston extends to the extraordinary communal areas where neighbors and guests mingle in spaces designed for social activity and personal betterment both inside and out.
If you look up wallflower in Webster's dictionary, you will find this definition: "A person who from shyness or unpopularity remains on the sidelines of a social activity (as a dance).
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