AJR


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AcronymDefinition
AJRAmerican Journal of Roentgenology
AJRAmerican Journalism Review
AJRApports Journaliers Recommandés (French: Recommended Daily Intake)
AJRAcademy for Jewish Religion
AJRAssociation of Jewish Refugees (UK organization)
AJRAmerican Journal of Rhinology (Oceanside Publications, Inc.)
AJRAsociación de Jóvenes Rebeldes (Spanish: Association of Young Rebels)
AJRAccelerated Junctional Rhythm
AJRAlliance des Jeunes Révolutionnaires (French: Revolutionary Youth Alliance)
AJRAustralian Jurist Reports (legal research publication)
AJRAnimation Jeunesse Rurale (French youth association)
AJRAndernos Jeux en Réseaux (French gaming network)
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Back in the 1990s, AJR had an annual summer barbecue.
Since its formation in 1990, AJR International has continuously grown their business volume and quality of service.
The AJR team has a Porsche factory relationship and runs in the GT class of the ALMS.
But she never left the AJR family, contributing numerous pieces to the magazine.
187 its day in court, supporters of illegal immigration are attempting to thumb their noses at the voters a second time by pushing AJR 51 through the legislature.
and doing business under the trade names, AJR Discos and AJR Musical.
Gene Roberts has gotten major money--it ultimately was close to $2 million--from the Pew Charitable Trusts for AJR to carry out the Project on the State of the American Newspaper.
The AJR e-Quote is a great planning tool for in-house communications or PR professionals who may need additional planning resources then are currently available either at their companies or online," said Alec J.
Related to the terms of the acquisition Synergy has also entered into agreements with the key principals of AJR Enterprises to continue their involvement in ongoing operations.
But I'm going to have to get used to it: Rach is leaving AJR to become an assignment editor on the national desk at USA Today.
Just wanted to tell you that Deborah Potter's Broadcast Views essay in the current AJR (February/March) is really on the money