JANES


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JANESJournal of Ancient Near Eastern Studies
JANESJapan Association for Nilo-Ethiopian Studies
JANESJapan Association for Northern European Studies
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It is thus very important that Jan Achakzai issues another notification clarifying whether his leader had objected to or not objected to jean-wearing Janes or jean-wearing jenays.
Former Times, Independent and Guardian journalist Hilly Janes says in her new book e ree Lives of Dylan omas, the Swansea writer's much repeated description as a "drunken, hellraising womanising sponger" was unfair.
4 percent, says the document prepared by the consulting firm IHS Janes, based in London, i24News reported.
AUTHOR and journalist Hilly Janes has spoken of the little-known influence Dylan Thomas' mother Florence had on her famous son's writing.
I relocated to Cairns where I worked in animal welfare and studied Science and Law at James Cook University, Ms Janes said.
Mourners were out in force to celebrate the life of community stalwart James Janes, 89.
Teesside Crown Court was told that Anil Janes had spent the day drinking rum before his violent outburst at his wife of three years, Juliette.
The star's brief existence on this planet seems rather dull in the fumbling hands of writer-producer, Alan Janes.
These average Joes and Janes say the engineers are using the repairs as a scare tactic so the board can raise the water rates.
In this interesting and stimulating study Mr Janes looks at the fierce controversy mat raged in the mid-Victorian period as the 'Ritualists' or High Church or Oxford Movement began changing the nature of Church services and teaching.
Supported by her husband Mark Womack, the actress listened as the inquest was told that 60-year-old Noel Janes had appeared "distant" and "reflective" during the days before his death on August 22 last year.