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YMCA

abbr.
Young Men's Christian Association

YMCA

abbreviation for
(Ecclesiastical Terms) Young Men's Christian Association

YMCA

or Y.M.C.A.,

Young Men's Christian Association.
Translations

YMCA

[ˌwaɪɛmsiːˈeɪ] n abbr (=Young Men's Christian Association) → UCJG(= union chrétienne de jeunes gens)

YMCA

abbr of Young Men’s Christian AssociationCVJM m

YMCA

[ˌwaɪɛmsiːˈeɪ] n abbr =Young Men's Christian AssociationY.M.C.A. f
References in classic literature ?
He was misled, however, either through the ignorance or treachery of an Indian guide, and conducted into a wild valley where he lay encamped during the autumn and the early part of the winter, nearly buried in snow and almost starved.
It is enough, for the present, that we trusted to an Indian guide to take us by a nearer, though blinder path, and that we are deceived in his knowledge.
Jerry was a Cub Scouts and Indian Guides Leader, and enjoyed coaching his sons in basketball.
Some of the Indian guides were fluent in French, Spanish and German.
Indian guides were hired by the railroad and one ad in particular noted that "As the train glides across New Mexico, your Zuni guide tells you about the legends of this romantic land.
One of the most appreciated gifts I annually bring down to the Amazon's Quichua Indian guides has been a green laser pointer made by the H.
Some researchers state it took about sixteen hours and that she arrived with Indian guides at Beaver Dams at dusk after an all-day walk.
Thoreau's excursions to Maine with Penobscot Indian guides and his life-changing epiphany on Katahdin, as related in his essay 'Ktaadn,' form an important thread in the film screenings, discussions, presentations and performances scheduled for the Portland celebration.
Girls in late colonial India also used Guiding for their own ends, although Indian Guides from the 1920s and 1930s are more difficult to trace than their Canadian and British counterparts because of the political and organizational changes that affected South Asia and its voluntary organizations in the decades after independence.
Located deep in the Peruvian Amazon and operating in partnership with the indigenous EseOeja community, the eco-lodge offers rainforest exploration, including guided visits with native-born Indian guides to the AmazonOs biggest clay lick.
As a parent, he and his daughter experienced the Y's Indian Guides program.
There's Suburbia -- a chance for garage bands to play once a month on a remote city property -- a skate park, drama camps at the local playhouse, Soapbox Derby races, Indian Guides and church carnivals.