Associations

Some articles on associations, association:

TKK - Culture and Student Life - Associations - List of Student Associations of The Helsinki University of Technology
... Currently this list includes only the associations known to have English Wikipedia articles ... The Polytech Choir Polyteknikkojen Ilmailukerho ...
Briand-Ceretti Agreement
... resolution of an impasse whereby the Vatican had refused to recognise the Associations Cultuelles voted in the 1905 legislation in the spirit of the 1901 Loi sur les Associations and accepted ... The agreement made possible the forming of Associations Diocésaines with members appointed by the bishops ...
Baptists In The United States - Major Baptist Organizations in The U.S. - Smaller Baptist Groups
... There are a number of smaller Baptist associations in the United States which maintain a separate existence from the larger groups for doctrinal reasons ... the Primitive Baptists, the Old Regular Baptists, various associations devoted to Landmarkism, the Conservative Baptist Association, the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches, and many regional and ...
Cleopatra Algemene Studentenvereniging Groningen - Mission
... Cleopatra intends to be different from other associations ... Cleopatra resembles many other student associations in the Netherlands in having various substructures (although with different names) and aiming at enhancing the ... "Sisterly Unity Out Of Concord"), a confederation of alternative student associations in other cities ...
Bhilai Institute Of Technology – Durg - Sports, Clubs, and Traditions - Student Clubs - Engineering Associations
... All departments have their engineering associations at the departmental level in collaboration with the I.E(India) chapter of various departments ... These associations conduct many events throughout the academic year ...

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