AJS


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AcronymDefinition
AJSAmerican Judicature Society
AJSAmerican Journal of Sociology
AJSAssociation for Jewish Studies
AJSAmericans for Job Security
AJSAmerican Journal of Surgery
AJSAdministration of Justice Studies
AJSAJ Stevens (motorcycles)
AJSAmerica-Japan Society
AJSAssociation Jeunesse Solide (French: Solid Youth Association; Burkina Faso)
AJSAsian Jade Society (New York, NY)
AJSAin-Jura Sécurité (French security firm)
AJSAboriginal Justice Society (Canada)
AJSAngus and Julia Stone (band)
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He continued, "As a leading sales and marketing consultant for high-tech, AJS determined that today's market demands end-to-end strategies, not `fix-and-repair.
AJS is affiliated with Inner City Entertainment (ICE), a six-year old entertainment company that currently owns 34 screens in Chicago, and has other major multiplex movie theaters in development in metropolitan centers throughout the country.
Michael's body was found under a pile of construction debris on a grassy lot at the AJS compound on Sunday, according to case investigator PO3 Robin Santos.
AJS Bancorp is the parent of A J Smith Federal Savings Bank founded in 1892 and based in Midlothian, Illinois.
Employing around 80 people, AJS supplies a range of blue chip multinational and UK customers.
The Ethiopian government, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and other humanitarian agencies quickly established a joint multi-sectoral response, including active AJS case detection, passive AJS surveillance, soap distribution, water quality monitoring, and outbreak response training.
The latest company to create a mobile site to advertise its services is AJS AC and Heating Services, which provides HVAC services to homes and businesses in and around New Orleans.
AJS was the original "fair courts" citizen organization and, for 101 years, has worked nationally to protect the integrity of the American justice system through research, publications, education, and advocacy for judicial selection reform.
The 24-year-old scored a fantastic win in the third leg of the series -- which is part of the HH Shaikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Arabian Horse Flat Racing Festival -- on the Jean-Francois Bernard-trained AJS Rudainah.
1) As Kristen Loveland has observed, "In the 1970s, however, the AJS more embodied a club of scholars located overwhelmingly on the East Coast, than a fully professional or national organization.
However, without any formal explanation, after only three months of this season, we understand that AJS is only able to broadcast one live Saturday 3pm (UK time) game?
After several months of conjecture about whether Al Jazeera Sport (AJS) or Abu Dhabi Media (ADM) would win the broadcast rights to the English Premier League in the Middle East and North Africa, it looks like the scales have tipped in favour of AJS.