CYO


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CYO

abbr.
Catholic Youth Organization

CYO

Catholic Youth Organization.
Translations

CYO

[ˌsiːwaɪˈəʊ] n abbr (US) (=Catholic Youth Organization) → JC f
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Cyo Na, a resident from Khirki extension, was called a ' Chinki' when he went to get his mobile phone fixed at Nehru Place
Signers include prominent Catholics in business and civic life, politics and education, such as Clint Reilly, a former board chairman of Catholic Charities CYO. He was present at the news conference held at a building he owns downtown, along with Tom Brady Sr., father of NFL star quarterback Tom Brady.
Icicle Properties LLC, 7505 CYO Road, Leavenworth; $210,000 for new commercial project at Sleeping Lady.
Pla and a group of friends joined a team that plays in a Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) league outside of Philadelphia.
He was an active baseball and football coach and helped found the Diocese of Rockville Center, NY CYO Soccer program.
He cared for his people by his reverent celebration of Holy Mass, his "substantial and brave" preaching, and also by setting up a boxing club for boys in 1943 and introducing young parishioners to the CYO movement.
The loss was huge, and I was reminded of it at the beginning of this school year when my niece practically danced down the stairs to tell her mom the news: Two of her friends had not made the high school volleyball team, which meant they'd be available for the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) team that my sister-in-law Emilie coaches.
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Holtschneider and other presidents smiled upon first hearing the Catholic 7 moniker, and he admitted his relief that no one tagged them the "CYO League." But when asked if the presidents weighed the pros and cons of an all-Catholic league, he said it never entered the discussion.
Wagira ngo mu by'ukuri ikibazo cyo gutunganya no guteza imbere ikinyarwanda cyaracyemuwe burundu.
Sometime in my mid-teens, I asked to join the CYO basketball team at the parish church in my New Jersey hometown.
Youth basketball groups, like the Christian Youth Organization (CYO) and Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), and high school sports organizations have all been focal points for marketing pushes.