JEPP

AcronymDefinition
JEPPJoint Emergency Preparedness Program (Canada)
JEPPJournal of European Public Policy
JEPPJoint Electronic Public Procurement (Belgium)
JEPPJapan English Publications in Print (publications directory)
JEPPJoint Emergency Planning Program (Canada)
JEPPJour Equivalent Pleine Puissance (French: Equivalent Full Power Day; nuclear energy measurement)
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Styling himself The Nice Badge Man and selling political paraphernalia online, Mr Jepps peppered his commentaries with controversial articles about sex, rape and paedophiles.
Kexborough 111-9 (N Jepps 47, L Brown 27) Shelley 162-4 (D Lockwood 75, M Ramzan 30).
Nick Jepps (OK), who works in the IHAs new initiative department, says Cumbria has been chosen not only because it is one of the most sparsely populated counties in the country with a large number of low income households, but because many providers of, for example, basic bank accounts, have pulled out of the area.
Batting first, Huddersfield lost opener Tom Denton with only 17 on the board and were 58-2 when Michael Jepps was dismissed.
Joe Jepps salvaged a late consolation try as Kenilworth, diminished by their mounting injury list, were overwhelmed 43-5 at Hereford.
In fact Huddersfield's team would not be out of place in the Drakes Premiership (were they allowed one overseas player in the side) with an all-Premiership bowling attack of Fletcher and Honley's Jonny Butterfield and Hoylandswaine's Ben Potter, backed up by top-flight spinners Tom Craddock and Lilley, and if needed seamers Nick Sharp and Jepps from the Championship.
In the Championship, Kexborough beat leaders Shelley with AdamWiles hitting 11 fours in his 62 not out, backed up by Michael Jepps 45 not out and Ross Diver 41, Jepps have earlier taken four for 24 as Shelley struggled to 156-9.
The Barnsley side proved much too strong for Linthwaite's 'Sunday' side as Mark Bray and Michael Jepps both got into the eighties, Bray stroking 11 fours in his 89, while Jepps had eight fours and a six in his unbeaten 81, with Michael Burgess also adding late firepower with an unbeaten 34 as Kexborough closed on 251-4.
A try from flanker Ed Holmes gave K's a 22-5 cushion at the break and, with the visitors clearly unsettled by their captain's worrying injury, they secured the bonus point through Joe Jepps and added additional tries from Rhys James and first-XV debutant James Jackson.
TOM DENTON and Michael Jepps set the Drakes League's Under 21s on the path to victory with a very solid opening century stand against the arrowselfdrive Central League at Cawthorne and now head to the White Rose final.
Kenilworth newcomer Joe Jepps played a key role in a Jack Gibson touchdown that reduced the deficit before Tilsley's interception try was upgraded but Gibson in turn logged a second to make it 19-13 and Kenilworth edged ahead at the end of a fascinating first half when a sequence of penalties teed up prop Nick Collett and Stokes again added the extras.
His Marsh Lane teammate Liam Wiles has also knocked up two tons, while Clayton West's Nick Sharpe has a top score of 162 and Kexborough's Michael Jepps 135 and plenty of wickets to his name.