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League

A unit of length equivalent to three miles.
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Building on focus group research the League undertook last winter, a poll worker recruitment, training and retention guidebook was created and piloted by elections officials during the 2006 Election.
We've been considered the dormat of the league for a while now, but we knew we had a chance to turn things around,'' Gray said.
Longworth believed the League of Nations "would pledge us to active participation in the affairs of Europe--indeed, of the whole world For months, the Longworth home had served as headquarters for the hardy band of 16 senators who became known as "The Irreconcilables" because of their unyielding opposition to the League.
Officials at the Chicago, Illinois-based professional sports league, the first pro league to have men and women represented equally on a team, are looking to expand the league from its existing seven teams to at least 10 by the 2000 season.
The Catholic League claims that any criticism of the pope, the hierarchy, and the Vatican is bigotry The league says it has attacked CBS's 60 Minutes for a January 22, 1995, broadcast featuring the progressive Catholic group Call to Action.
He was named American League MVP in 2003 and 2005, has led the league home runs, batting average and RBI, and won American League Gold Glove Awards in 2002 and 2003 at shortstop.
I've resolved to personally bring new members into the League in 2007 and I invite you to do the same.
For the league to say it's hosting its championship in L.
The league that years ago rejected O'Neil and countless others is finally doing something to make sure their contributions to the sport are rewarded.
The league distributes more than 800 NBA games and 44,000 hours of programming to 215 countries and territories in 43 languages.