RJC

AcronymDefinition
RJCRepublican Jewish Coalition
RJCRaffles Junior College (Singapore)
RJCRegional Justice Center
RJCRencontres Jeunes Chercheurs (French: Young Researchers Meetings; conferences)
RJCRosthern Junior College (Canada)
RJCRestorative Justice Centre (South Africa)
RJCRutland Jewish Center
RJCRapports de Jury de Concours (French: Reports of Selection Boards; education)
RJCReaction Jet Control (aeronautics)
RJCRassemblement de la Jeunesse Camerounaise (French: Cameroon Youth Gathering)
RJCRed Jacket Central (school; Shortsville, NY)
RJCRick Johnson and Company, Inc. (Albuquerque, NM)
RJCRegistre Journalier du Chantier (French: Daily Register of Construction)
RJCRassemblement des Joueurs de Caféjeux (French gaming forum)
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Perry, who is still considering a 2016 campaign and plans to make an announcement in late May or early June, is no stranger to the RJC, having visited Israel on trips organized by the group.
RJC said, 'Hustler has pioneered a new genre as a light-hearted MINI SUV.
The deep insight and freshness of the car were highly valued," says RJC.
But the RJC has managed to broaden the focus significantly, to include child labour, social, and environmental concerns.
Plans to set up the world-wide organisation RJC actually began in 2005, a year before the film was even released.
SKILLS ON SHOW: RJC Montgomery and his dog Flo show their skills during qualifying on day one of the 2008 Land Rover World Sheep Dog Trials at Dinefwr Country Park, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire.
Now you got me, hold on a second," Brooks said, before digging up the full-page ad the RJC ran at that time in support of the war effort.
Mitsubishi's 'i' minicar selected as RJC Car of the Year
A total of 62 RJC members voted for what they considered to be the best car of the year from a field of vehicles put on sale in Japan between November last year and October this year.
The 40,000 s/f two-story former headquarters of Air Express International (AEI), which was recently acquired by a joint venture owned by The Nielsen Company and RJC Management LLC.
Other officials with RJC, based in Washington, in not-for-attribution interviews contended that Abramoff never played an important role in Republican fund-raising in the Jewish community.
Feeding off momentum from a jump in the Jewish vote for Bush over four years from 19 percent to 25 percent - a stat Greenfield finds, for lack of a better term, conservative - the regional RJC director went back out into the community.