AJOP

AcronymDefinition
AJOPAssociation for Jewish Outreach Programs
AJOPAmerican Journal of Pathology
AJOPAmerican Journal of Print (literary journal)
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Figuratively, Dr Majak Agoot (2014) referred to this as boiling container of milk (known in Dinka as Ajop cui) when it has pressure inside it, and if such container's top is not taken off, there is likelihood of bursting and explosion.
From there, the Ajo Mountain Drive 21 miles) makes its way through the rugged Ajop Mountains and more of the offerings of the Sonoran desert.
For example, whereas in mid-century religious outreach was the province of the Modern Orthodox, with the haredim being somewhat suspicious of ba'alei teshuva (the newly religious), (39) by the end of the century the haredim were heavily engaged in religious outreach, in the National Jewish Outreach Program (NJOP), the Association for Jewish Outreach Programs (AJOP), with which hundreds of Orthodox outreach organizations are affiliated, and in the Orthodox Union's National Conference of Synagogue Youth (NCSY), among others.