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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishathleticismath‧let‧i‧cis‧m /æθˈletəsɪzəm, əθ-/ noun [uncountable]  the ability to play sports or do physical activities well
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athleticismFemininity and athleticism have long been at odds with each other.Perhaps it's because we humans tend to associate protein with fitness and athleticism.But they have more to lose: their traditional dominance of the field, their lock on the very notion of athleticism.Sportsbridge, a new nonprofit organization designed to promote athleticism for women, had brought the pair together.Women were now playing with the ferocity, commitment and sheer athleticism once associated only with men.Lorne wanted reassurance about his youthfulness, athleticism and general popularity.
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