Definition of 'YWCA'
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She lived at a YWCA, working in shops or as a babysitter, and then joined a tour of the South Pacific, entertaining US troops with a play Times, Sunday Times (2015)I went to business school in Brighton when I was about 19 and I lived in the local YWCA. Times, Sunday Times (2007)As a writer she was determined to'make up for lost time' and wrote Journey of Faith: The History of the World YWCA 1945-1994. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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