JESI


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JESIJournal of Earth Science Informatics (est. 2008)
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Australia-based JESI integrated the Traxo CAPTURE email parsing and itinerary normalization technology within its journey management software, which is used by clients worldwide in the resource mining, construction, shipping, and community/health sectors.
But it would miss the point to criticize Jesi for being derivative.
3 November 2011 - S&P on Wednesday affirmed its BBB+ long-term issuer credit rating on the Italian City of Jesi.
Andrew Kephart, Ginger Knapp, Tyree Kordosky, Kayla Lane, Maxime Long, Jesi Love,
The better known wine is Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi from the land bordering the Adriatic Sea.
I have no family who lives here," she told Red Cross caseworker Jesi Betancourt, who answered a toll-free number distributed to military families.
Michigan State is going to pay her to play for them, just like University of Michigan is paying pitcher Jordan Taylor; Cal Lutheran, April Rosas; North Carolina State, Alyssa Ishibashi; Cal State Fullerton, Torrie Anderson; University of the Pacific, Nicole Matson; Tennessee, Jesi Spigner; and Memphis, Lani Bernardino.
Jesi Shanley, UTTC's associate dean of student and campus services, says losing federal support now would lead to massive staff and program cuts.
Consumers are being invited to submit a photograph of their `Favourite Moncaro Moment' in the competition on bottles of Verdicchio del Castelli di Jesi Classico DOC Anfora.
In Atti del convegno di studi su Angelo Colocci, Jesi, 13-14 settembre 1969, 45-60.
Perched on a hilltop in the province of Ancona, not far from the Adriatic Sea, Jesi is a remarkable ancient town.