Surprise: Parks and recreation Last year, the Globes nominated Smash for Best Comedy or Musical and snubbed Parks and recreation.
Amy Poehler currently stars in the NBC comedy series Parks and recreation which earned Poehler her third Emmy nomination in 2010.
I ask the girls to tell me the story of how they met (and quickly became the protégés of) Parks and recreation star Poehler.
The recreation therapy department afterward sent the club a thank-you note.
So there is nothing wrong with using the charms of, say, Parks and recreation, to create some solid bonding time.
Also, a Treatise of Witches in general, conducive to mirth and recreation.
Hubert, quite excited by this day of recreation and of fete, was the only one who had anything to say.
It was, however, only a few occasional hours of recreation that Mary Erskine devoted to ornamenting her dwelling.
Always work had stolen from him these treasures—dreams, recreation and knowledge.
One recreation he had: the writing of a Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans.
late 14c., "refreshment or curing of a person, refreshment by eating," from Old French recreacion (13c.), from Latin recreationem (nominative recreatio) "recovery from illness," noun of action from past participle stem of recreare "to refresh, restore, make anew, revive, invigorate," from re- "again" (see re-) + creare (see create). Meaning "refresh oneself by some amusement" is first recorded c.1400.
A verb recreate "to refresh by physical influence after exertion" is attested from early 15c. and was used by Lyly, Pope, Steele, and Harriet Martineau, but it did not take, probably to avoid confusion with recreate.