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AJEAl Jazeera English (TV channel; Qatar)
AJEAmerican Journal of Epidemiology
AJEAmerican Journal of Education
AJEAircraft Jet Engine
AJEAssociation des Journalistes Européens (French: Association of European Journalists; Belgium)
AJEAssociation Jeunesse et Entreprises (French: Youth and Business Association)
AJEAdjusting Journal Entry (accounting)
AJEAssociation of Japanese Language Teachers in Europe
AJEAssociation des Journalistes de l'Environnement (French: Association of Journalists of the Environment)
AJEAssociation Jeunes Errants (French: Errant Youth Association)
AJEAssociation Jeunesse Education (French: Youth Education Association)
AJEAssociation des Juristes de l'État (French; Quebec, Canada)
AJEAssociation Junior Études (French: Junior Studies Association)
AJEAfrican Joint Effort (ILO/WHO Joint Effort on Occupational Health and Safety in Africa)
AJEAlliance for Jewish Education
AJEAnti-Jam Equipment
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They are also supplying architectural steelwork for the entrance foyer of a major theatre in central London and have recently supplied aluminium components for specialised trailers used for the internal cleaning of aircraft jet engines.
Designed for elements of aircraft jet engines, Stanyl 46HF4130 is a new high-flow polyamide 46 from DSM Engineering Plastics.
A new high-flow nylon 46 grade has been designed for components of aircraft jet engines. Stanyl 46HF4130 from DSM Engineering Plastics, Evansville, Ind., is a 30% glass-filled compound developed for the intake portion of the Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engine.
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