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Possible Answers: BSA, YMCA, GSA, YWCA, YMHA, YPU, WYEEMCEEA.
Random information on the term “BSA”:
Bearing Specialists Association (BSA) is an industry trade group of distributors of bearings. It is based in Glen Ellyn, Illinois and is managed by CM Services, an association management company.
It publishes a self-study guide and a number of technical publications, and organizes an annual meeting for its members.
Random information on the term “YMCA”:
The World Young Women’s Christian Association (World YWCA) is a movement working for the empowerment, leadership and rights of women, young women and girls in more than 120 countries. The members and supporters include women from many different faiths, ages, backgrounds, beliefs and cultures. Their common goal is that “by 2035, 100 million young women and girls will transform power structures to create justice, gender equality and a world without violence and war; leading a sustainable YWCA movement, inclusive of all women”. The World office is currently based in Geneva, Switzerland.
The YWCA is independent of the YMCA, but many local YMCA and YWCA associations have merged into YM/YWCAs or YMCA-YWCAs, and belong to both organizations while providing the programs of each.
Although “YWCA” is often associated with hostels and fitness centres, the World YWCA is a human rights-based organization with activities across the world such as advovacy of gender equality and women’s empowerment, trainings on SRHR and HIV, dialogues between young girls and religious leaders and across generations. The World YWCA states its purpose as: “Develop the leadership and collective power of women and girls around the world to achieve human rights, health, security, dignity, freedom, justice and peace for all people”.
Random information on the term “GSA”:
The GS is a small family car manufactured and marketed by Citroën for model years 1970-1986 in sedan and wagon bodystyles (1970-1980), over a single generation. The GS received a facelift in 1979 and was subsequently marketed as the GSA in hatchback and wagon bodystyles (1979-1986).
The GS was voted European Car of the Year for 1971 and was noted as technologically advanced, with class leading comfort, safety and aerodynamics.
The GS filled the gap in Citroën’s range, between the 2CV and Ami economy cars and the luxurious DS executive sedan. The DS had moved significantly upmarket from its predecessor the Citroën Traction Avant, and beyond the finances of most French motorists. Leaving this market gap open for fifteen years allowed other manufacturers entry into the most profitable, high volume market segment in France. This combined with the development costs and new factory for the DS-replacing Citroën CX, the 1974 oil crisis, and an aborted Wankel rotary engine, led Citroën to declare bankruptcy in 1974.
Random information on the term “YWCA”:
Young Women’s Christian Association or YWCA or YWCA Building or Old YWCA Building or variations may refer to:
or it may refer to:
in Canada (by province, then city)
in the United States (by state, then city)
Random information on the term “YMHA”:
Tal Brody (Hebrew: טל ברודי; nicknamed Mr. Basketball; born August 30, 1943) is an American-Israeli former basketball player, and current Goodwill Ambassador of Israel, who lives in Israel. Brody was drafted # 12 in the National Basketball Association (NBA) draft, but chose to pass up an NBA career to instead play basketball in Israel. He played on national basketball teams of both the United States and Israel, and served in the armies of both countries.
A New Jersey All Star basketball player in high school, Brody led his team to an undefeated state championship. In college, he was a high-scoring, slick-passing All-American and All-Big Ten guard in 1965, while playing for the University of Illinois. That year, he was drafted 12th in the NBA draft. Before the NBA season started, he traveled to Israel where he led the American team to a gold medal in the 1965 Maccabiah Games. Convinced by Moshe Dayan and others to return to Israel to help elevate the country’s basketball team and morale, he passed up his NBA career to instead play basketball for Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Random information on the term “YPU”:
Puntzi Mountain Airport, (ICAO: CYPU), is located 17 nautical miles (31 km; 20 mi) west of Puntzi Mountain, British Columbia, Canada.
The airport was established in 1951 to provide access to a base of the Pine Tree Line, part of the DEW system. It was the second-longest airstrip in British Columbia at the time and thirteen D8 bulldozers were on-site to keep the runway graded and, in winter, cleared of snow. One hundred American servicemen and a few Canadian servicemen, some with families, staffed the base at Puntzi, which also hired local Tsilhqot’in people.