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DISTRICT
SMALLER GROUPS
TEN BOYS
MONTHLY PACK MEETINGS
ENTHUSIASTIC DEN LEADERS
NATIONAL DEN AWARD
SEPARATE DENS
DEN CHIEF
DENS CANINUS
BEAR CUB SCOUT DENS
PACK COMMITTEE
SEVERAL DENS
DENS PARK
GROUP
RANKS
VISIT
INSTANCE
AWARDS
AWARD
THINGS
PROGRAM
CAVES
SIMILAR
MONTHLY
WOLF
PART
FRACTURE
BADGES
ADVANCEMENT
DIRECTION
AGE
AGE GROUPS
OCTOPUSES
NECK
CERVICAL SPINE
MEETING
BOY SCOUTS
BOY SCOUT TROOP
SCOUT LAW
FAMILY MEMBERS
ACTIVITIES
FAMILIES
ATLAS
OCCIPITAL BONE
CUB SCOUT
CUB SCOUTS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Dens were organized into packs, just as in Scouting, patrols were organized into troops.
  2. Dens are made up of boys in the same grade and age, so they can work together to earn the appropriate Rank.
  3. Dens were formed by age until 1986 when the phase in for grade level began, lasting until 1991. (Web site)
  4. Dens are used both as brooding chambers and as refuges from predators, including other octopuses, various fishes, and many marine mammals. (Web site)
  5. Dens are welcome to meet more frequently, if they wish. (Web site)

District

  1. A Webelos-Ree is a district or council overnight camping experience for Webelos dens with den leadership present.

Smaller Groups

  1. The pack is divided into smaller groups called dens. (Web site)

Ten Boys

  1. Packs are divided into Dens of six to ten boys.

Monthly Pack Meetings

  1. Tiger Cub Dens also attend the monthly Pack meetings.

Enthusiastic Den Leaders

  1. Helping ensure stable, active, enthusiastic den leaders for all Cub Scout or Webelos dens. (Web site)

National Den Award

  1. National Den Award The National Den Award recognizes dens that conduct a quality, year-round program.

Separate Dens

  1. These are Tiger Cubs (first-graders), Wolves (second-graders), Bears (third-graders), and Webelos (separate dens for fourth- and fifth-graders).

Den Chief

  1. By the mid-1930's, it was evident that dens with a Den Mother functioned much better than those with only a Den Chief. (Web site)

Dens Caninus

  1. Synonym: dens caninus, canine, cuspid tooth, cuspidate tooth, cuspid, dens angularis, dens cuspidatus, eye tooth. (Web site)

Bear Cub Scout Dens

  1. This information is intended to make bear cub scout dens more productive and interesting for the scouts. (Web site)

Pack Committee

  1. Work with the pack committee on outings to see that the pack and dens qualify for the National Summertime Pack Award. (Web site)

Several Dens

  1. A pack consists of several dens and meets at least once a month.

Dens Park

  1. Dens Park is a football stadium located on Dens Road in the Scottish city of Dundee.

Group

  1. The Pack is a group made up of several dens. (Web site)

Ranks

  1. As you should know by now, boys are separated into dens by their ranks.

Visit

  1. Dens can visit a water treatment facility, local aquarium or fish farm. (Web site)
  2. Arrange for Webelos dens to visit a troop meeting. (Web site)

Instance

  1. WEBELOS Dens can currently use the Boy Scout Patrol medallions and call themselves the "Eagle Den", for instance, instead of "Den 5" or "Den 7".

Awards

  1. Read More National Summertime Pack Award Individual Cub Scouts, their Dens and the Pack can all earn awards for participating in summertime activities. (Web site)

Award

  1. Dens earn the award as a team, not as individual den members. (Web site)

Things

  1. That being said, my opinions are good for how I ran things, but not necessarily good for other dens or packs.

Program

  1. Coordinating the total program for the pack and making sure the dens are functioning well. (Web site)
  2. Webelos Scout dens should not spend the night as participants at the event if the program is Boy Scout-based.
  3. As a result, in 1967 a major revision to the program was introduced, with 10-year-old Cub Scouts going into separate dens in a new Webelos Scouting program.

Caves

  1. The Israelites hid themselves in dens and caves; such was the effect of a guilty conscience. (Web site)

Similar

  1. Its structure was similar to today's Cub Scouting, except that dens were led by Boy Scout den chiefs.

Monthly

  1. A pack is made up of several dens that gather monthly at a pack meeting.

Wolf

  1. Tip: Many available Awards go unused, especially by Wolf and Bear dens because of the short time to earn rank. (Web site)
  2. Secondly, Tiger, Wolf, and Bear dens are by den number, with the den number stripDens at these levels do not use names.
  3. Four weeks of theme-related den meeting plans for Wolf and Bear Cub Scout dens.

Part

  1. Dens of boys in a community form a pack which is part of a district. (Web site)
  2. WEBELOS Cub Scouts are still a part of a Cub Scout Pack and may be broken up into separate Dens for each year of the two-year "exposure period".

Fracture

  1. Type I Fracture - Extends through the tip of the dens. (Web site)

Badges

  1. Webelos dens use this time to work on the various Activity Badges.

Advancement

  1. Boys graduating from Tiger Cub Dens, or joining Cub Scouts in the Second Grade or above, begin advancement by earning the Bobcat Badge.

Direction

  1. The Pack serves as a "parent" organization to the dens and provides direction, program support and maintenance of the budget.

Age

  1. Webelos dens are for boys who have completed third grade (or reached age 10).

Age Groups

  1. The Pack is divided by age groups into Dens.

Octopuses

  1. Octopuses, naked and vulnerable, took to dens, as early humans took to caves. (Web site)

Neck

  1. Dens - Part of the bone structure of the second spinal vertebra (C2), the second bone in the neck.

Cervical Spine

  1. Background: Ossified lesions of the upper cervical spine behind the dens may cause cervical myelopathy. (Web site)

Meeting

  1. Get that ridiculously large den of 20 divided up into no less than 3 dens (7-7-6, for instance), each with its own leaders, meeting apart from one another.

Boy Scouts

  1. Cub Scout Camping The Boy Scouts of America does not permit overnight camping by dens or packs except at council approved property. (Web site)

Boy Scout Troop

  1. Webelos II dens spend more of their time looking for a Boy Scout troop to join once they have finished the Cub Scouting program.

Scout Law

  1. Webelos I dens often spend much of their time learning about Boy Scout customs, including memorization of the Scout Law and Oath.

Family Members

  1. Be sure it is made clear to all Dens who is to be invited and if limits have to be made on attendance of family members and explain why.

Activities

  1. Webelos Scout dens should not compete against or participate in activities designed for Boy Scouts.

Families

  1. A trophy for the Cub Scout Academics and Sports program is available for presentation to boys, dens, or families at events such as pack and den tournaments.
  2. Pack The whole group - all of our dens and families together is called a Pack. (Web site)

Atlas

  1. The median atlanto-axial joint is between (1) the anterior arch and transverse ligament of the atlas and (2) the pivot formed by the dens of the axis (fig. (Web site)
  2. It has a dens, or odontoid, process that projects upward and connects with the atlas. (Web site)
  3. The skull and the atlas rotate on the axis at the three atlanto-axial joints, pivoting on the dens like a ball-and-socket joint. (Web site)

Occipital Bone

  1. The top or first cervical vertebra of the neck, supporting the skull and articulating with the occipital bone and rotating around the dens of the axis.
  2. ATLAS - First cervical vertebrae, articulating with the occipital bone and rotating around the dens of the axis. (Web site)
  3. Two strong bands that pass from the posterolateral part of the tip of the dens of the axis upward and laterally to the condyles of the occipital bone.

Cub Scout

  1. The theme is simply an idea or emphasis around which den and pack leaders plan activities for the Cub Scout dens to do from one pack meeting to the next. (Web site)
  2. National Den Award An award to recognize Cub Scout dens that provide quality year-round program.
  3. In Tiger, Wolf and Bear dens the family unit was central to the forming of the Cub Scout and activities revolved around the family unit. (Web site)

Cub Scouts

  1. Cub Scouts meet in dens of six to eight boys, and several dens are grouped together as a pack.
  2. Most of the things that Cub Scouts do happen in the pack and its dens.
  3. Parents and Cub Scouts alike are eager to see what other dens have done with the theme. (Web site)

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