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  • Acting [r]: The portrayal of the physical, emotional and mental complexities of a given character in the theatre. [e]
  • Animal fancy [r]: Hobby involving interest in, and particularly devotion to, the keeping and or breeding of animals. [e]
  • Beekeeping [r]: The management and maintenance of colonies of honeybees. [e]
  • Garden [r]: A plot of land used for growing plants for food, recreational purposes or for scientific study; can be private areas of land surrounding a house or public areas shared by the whole community. [e]
  • Knitting [r]: Method of creating fabric by means of pulling rows of loops of yarn through other loops with straight needles. [e]
  • Serious leisure [r]: Systematic pursuit of an amateur, hobbyist, or volunteer core activity that is highly substantial, interesting, and fulfilling. [e]
  • Singing [r]: The act of producing musical sounds with the voice, which is often contrasted with regular speech. [e]

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  • Art [r]: The expression or application of human imagination and creative skill, usually presented in a visual form. [e]
  • Bicycle [r]: A human powered machine for transportation that employs two wheels. [e]
  • Breed standard [r]: Set of guidelines which is used to ensure that the animals produced by a breeder or breeding facility conform to the specifics of the breed. [e]
  • Coat (animal) [r]: The pelage of a show animal or a garment design to protect an animal from harsh weather. [e]
  • Cottage industry [r]: a small-scale business enterprise, so named because they are usually run out of someone’s home. [e]
  • Dog breeding [r]: The vocation of mating carefully selected specimens of the same dog breed in order to reproduce specific, consistently replicable qualities and characteristics. [e]
  • Dog [r]: Domesticated canine often kept as a pet or as a working animal and known as 'man's best friend'. [e]
  • Flower [r]: The part of a flowering plant (angiosperm) containing its reproductive organs. [e]
  • Gardenia [r]: A botanical plant genus, and particularly any over 200 species of highly fragrant, very popular white flowers in this genus. They are very important in the perfume industry. [e]
  • Pen and paper role-playing game [r]: "A game in which the players take on the role of characters in a fictional setting, and adventure through a scenario presented by a referee, or 'Game Master'." [e]
  • Red Dwarf (science fiction series) [r]: A British science-fiction situation comedy that originally aired on the BBC from 1988. [e]
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  • Specimen tree [r]: Ornamental tree planted as a feature in a house park or garden. [e]
  • Star Wars [r]: A six-film space-adventure saga that began in 1977 with the release of the movie Star Wars (later retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope). [e]
  • William Howard Taft [r]: (1857 – 1930) The 27th President and 10th Chief Justice of the United States. [e]
  • Wind turbine [r]: A rotating machine that converts the kinetic energy in wind into mechanical energy. [e]