BJUBob Jones University (Greenville, SC, USA)
BJUBritish Journal of Urology
BJUBundesverband Junger Unternehmer (German: Association of Young Entrepreneurs)
BJUBoom Juridische Uitgevers (Dutch: Boom Legal Publishers; est. 1998; Meppel, Netherlands)
BJUBund Junger Unternehmer (German: Young Entrepreneurs Federation; Germany)
BJUBrooklyn Jazz Underground (New York, NY)
BJUBrainjuicer Group PLC (stock symbol; UK)
BJUBeach Jumper Unit
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The findings in BJU International state that there are a range of lower urinary tract symptoms that can subside as a result of bariatric surgery.
Chapter 2 explores the history of BJU as it is presented in its museums and galleries.
Officials estimate that 10 percent of the 5,000 BJU students are minorities; 5 percent of all students are black.
Ashcroft's critics at Americans United cited the BJU transcript as further proof of the nominee's extreme views, but it was by no means an isolated example.
BJU is staunchly Protestant, but that might be understating it when you consider the pronouncements of the former head of the university, Bob Jones Jr.
Established in 1929, BJU International is published 23 times a year by Wiley-Blackwell and edited by Professor John Fitzpatrick from Mater Misericordiae University Hospital and University College Dublin, Ireland.
The BJU Rehabilitation Hospital aims to restore function and quality of life to patients recovering from serious injuries, surgeries or debilitating illnesses in a broad array of areas by providing a team approach using evidence-based medicine and modern technology in a comfortable and nurturing environment.
The study appears in a recent edition of BJU International.
Data published in BJU International revealed that small levels of activity in a man's 50s could even offer protection from the disease.
Frequent masturbation and regular sex between those ages increases the risk of the illness in later life, according to figures published in this month's issue of the BJU International journal.
3, noted that BJU lost its tax-exempt status more than 20 years ago when it refused to drop its racial policies.
Throughout the Alabama Homeschool Expo, the exhibit hall will feature more than 50 popular vendors and exhibitors, including A Beka Book, Lamplighter Publishing, Rainbow Resources, Sonlight Curriculum, and BJU Press.