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Turnverein
Turnverein Turn"ve*rein`, n. [G., from turnen to exercise + verein a union.] A company or association of gymnasts and athletes.

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- M****achusetts Independent Turnverein Indianapolis, Indiana South Side Turnverein Hall (1900), Indianapolis, Indiana South Side Turnverein Hall, Indianapolis...
- Turnverein Building may refer to various clubhouse and gymnasium buildings in the United States constructed for the Turners, including: Turnverein Building...
- a local newspaper – called for the creation of a gymnastics club. The Turnverein zu Bochum was then formally established on 18 February 1849. The club...
- The Germania Turnverein Building, also known as the Commercial Printing Company, is an historic commercial building which is located in Lancaster, Lancaster...
- were po****rized by the Turnverein system. The Czech Sokol movement for physical culture was largely inspired by Turnverein. By contrast with the German...
- Independent Turnverein, also known as the Hoosier Athletic Club and Marott Building, is a historic Turnverein clubhouse located at Indianapolis, Indiana...
- United States, the Milwaukee Athletic Club entered a team, the Southwest Turnverein of St. Louis entered two teams, and the New York Athletic Club were the...
- Sibiu (Romanian: Societatea de Gimnastică Sibiu, German: Hermannstädter Turnverein - HTV) was a German sport club based in Sibiu. At that time the city was...
- South Side Turnverein Hall is a historic social club and gymnasium in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood of Indianapolis, Indiana, affiliated with the city's...
- Turnerbund Ulm. They had an on-again, off-again[tone] relationship with Turnverein Ulm through the 1850s.[citation needed] The football department became...