GNC

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AcronymDefinition
GNCGeneral Nutrition Centers
GNCGas Natural Comprimido (Argentina)
GNCGeek News Central (technology news)
GNCGeneral Nutrition Corporation (various locations)
GNCGuidance, Navigation, and Control
GNCGreg Norman Collection (golf)
GNCGender Non-Conforming
GNCGaz Naturel Carburant (French: Natural Gas Fuel)
GNCGeneral Nutrition Companies (nutritional supplements)
GNCGrand National Championship (ATV racing)
GNCGhana National Council (Chicago, IL)
GNCGlobally Networked Customs (World Customs Organization)
GNCGovernance and Nominating Committee (corporate governance)
GNCGood News Club (Child Evangelism Fellowship)
GNCGlobal Navigation Chart
GNCGobierno Nacional Central (Colombia)
GNCGram Negative Cocci (bacteria)
GNCGreenburgh Nature Center (Scarsdale, New York)
GNCGraduated Non-Convexity (image processing algorithm)
GNCGreen National Committee
GNCGreater Newark Conservancy
GNCGetting Needed Care (health scale)
GNCGuidance and Navigation Computer
GNCGMFSC Network Controller
GNCGMF Network Controller
GNCGaz Non Conventionnels (French: Unconventional Gas)
GNCGroupement National Carpe (French: National Carpe Group; fishing association)
GNCGeneral Navigation Compute
GNCGraph-Node Coloring
GNCGeneralized Nyquist Criterion
GNCGeriatric Nurse Certified (healthcare)
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Scott lawsuit that challenged a private school voucher program in Florida; and Katherine Stewart, an NLC member, journalist and author of the book The Good News Club: The Christian Right's Stealth Assault on America's Children.
and features Doug Morris, a worker with The Good News Club. A donation of $3 is suggested but not required.
Rector & Visitors of University of Virginia and Good News Club v.
The Good News Club: The Christian Right's Stealth Assault on America's Children by Katherine Stewart (Public Affairs, 2012) 304 pp.; $25.99
Center Moriches Union Free School District and Good News Club v.
When a Good News Club, an apparently kid-led, grassroots Bible-study group, appeared at the elementary school attended by Katherine Stewart's daughter, Stewart became curious.
The youngster is a member of the Cofis Bach performing arts group and attends the weekly Good News club sessions at the Canolfan Gwyrfai centre on the Cibyn Industrial estate.
Despite this seemingly routine application of precedent, the diametrically opposed interpretations of the religious activities at the heart of Good News Club are of greater import.
Des Moines (1969) and other cases like Good News Club v.
(67.) See Bronx Household, 492 F.3d at 92-95 (summarizing arguments of each side after Good News Club).
It also has moved since 1993 in the more accommodationalist direction Carter backed in such decisions as one requiring the Milford NY school district to allow an afterschool religious club to use its facilities (Good News Club v.
Even more interestingly, Greenawalt also criticizes Good News Club. (6) At first glance, that case seems to present a paradigmatic equal access situation, in which a school refused to allow a Christian club to meet in the building after hours, even though it permitted other organizations to use its rooms for "moral and character development." Yet for him three differences ought to have been dispositive: the case concerned elementary students, not older ones in secondary school or college; it involved evangelization by an outside group; and the meetings were to be held directly after the end of the school day (p.