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Possible Answers: OLES, RAHS, DOIT, LETSGO, OLEOLE, GOTEAM, TRYONE, CHINUP, WAYTOGO, NICEJOB, NICETRY, CHEERUP, GOGETEM, UPANDATEM, GOFORIT, KEEPITUP, HOORAYS, YOUCAN, FEARNOT, BEBRAVE, GOGIRL, NICEIDEA, ITLLBEFUN.
Random information on the term “RAHS”:
The Royal Australian Historical Society is a voluntary organisation founded in Sydney, Australia in 1901 with Andrew Houison as founding president. Its goals are to encourage the study of and interest in Australian history. It has a membership throughout Australia and many of its activities and facilities are funded by contributions from its members and benefactors.
The society is a constituent member of the Federation of Australian Historical Societies.
The goals of the society are:
The society undertakes a range of activities including lectures and workshops, functions, walks, talks, and visits on a wide variety of topics in Australian history. It holds an annual conference which addresses current historical issues in local history and heritage. Publications include the quarterly magazine, History, and the biannual academic journal, Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, containing scholarly articles and book reviews. The society also has a research library with an extensive collection of pictorial and text resources on all aspects of the history of New South Wales. In addition it administers grant schemes on behalf of the New South Wales government for the promotion of heritage and the writing and publication of local history.
Random information on the term “DOIT”:
This category contains Independent agencies of the United States government, those Executive Branch agencies that exist outside of the Executive Departments.
This category has the following 32 subcategories, out of 32 total.
The following 68 pages are in this category, out of 68 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).