R&R

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R&R

[ˌɑːrənˈɑːr] n abbr (=rest and recreation)
(US) (MILITARY) (for soldiers)permission f
(mainly US) (= relaxation) → repos m et récréation f
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Summary: ABU DHABI -- Marine facilities at Shahama Port in Abu Dhabi are to be redeveloped as part of an upgrade of the port's leisure and recreation services, it was announced on Wednesday.
The same need exists for enhancing people's literacy for and about leisure and recreation. Becoming leisure literate is more than about physical literacy (e.g., developing basic movement skills to be able to engage in physical activities).
The sixth book by Chris Rojek (sociology and culture, Brunel U.) on leisure theory, this is an academic study on the sociological aspects of leisure and recreation. After covering the eventual demise of the leisure society thesis, he goes on to explore a currently useful framework--State-Corporate-Consumer-Academic-Social Movement-Illegal Leisure (SCCASMIL) and its theoretical use in the study of leisure.
The leisure and recreation consultation will be used to create a planning document and a green infrastructure strategy and Stockton's arts, leisure and culture department will use the information to direct their services.
Despite findings suggesting that leisure and recreation positively contribute to family functioning, and that inclusive recreation and leisure can provide innumerable opportunities for people with disabilities to interact and increase their overall quality of life, people with disabilities and families with a member who has a disability feel frustrated and helpless due to ever-existing barriers and limitations when it comes to participation.