BCJBuilding Center of Japan (est. 1965)
BCJBachelor of Criminal Justice (academic degree)
BCJBandwidth Change Reject
BCJBiblia Católica para Jóvenes (Spanish: Catholic Bible for Youth)
BCJBohlin Cywinski Jackson (architectural firm)
BCJBach Collegium Japan
BCJBanque Cantonale du Jura (French: Jura Cantonal Bank; Switzerland)
BCJBureau de Consultation Jeunesse (French: Office of Youth Consultation; Canada)
BCJBritish Columbia Judgements (Canada)
BCJBrennan Center for Justice (New York University)
BCJBachelor of Communication and Journalism
BCJBasket Club Jeunesse (French: Youth Basketball Club; Ressaix, Belgium)
BCJBureau de Coordination des Jeunes (French: Office for Coordination of Youth; est. 2001)
BCJBasket Club Jouannais (French basketball club)
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(68) See DK Investments Ltd v SWS Investments Ltd et al (1984), [1984] BCJ No 3077 at paras 40, 46-49, 57-58 (SC).
Members of SSC retaliated and started throwing objects at BCJ. As a result, gang members of Sputnik and Bahala Na Gang joined the commotion.
The cast had also ballooned from 25 to 43, so more could take part in what was now a fruitful aspect of the reformatory program at BCJ. Aside from livelihood trainings, journalism workshops and alternative learning system, performance art is now also included in the prison's rehabilitation program, allowing inmates to join acting workshops and even earn from the ticket sales of the plays they put up.
In the revised BCJ model, a set of ISV rate equations are cast in a continuum framework to model void nucleation, growth, and coalescence during the damage process of materials.
A visit to BCJ on 4 August revealed that clamming had occurred in all five control plots, and a clammer was observed digging in one of the plots on that date.
"For the most part, this area has done a fairly good job retaining the historic character of its structures," says Karl Backus, a project principal at BCJ who steered much of the design process for Apple's first Brooklyn home.
See also the legal recognition of forensic gait analysis in Canada in R v Aitken [2012] BCJ No 632 (British Columbia Court of Appeal); and in England in Otway v The Queen [2011] EWCA Crim 3 (14 January 2011).
(1992) BCJ 652, the Court of Appeal held that under this inherent jurisdiction, the court could bar prosecution of proceedings already commenced and also make orders against those defending actions--in this case, defendants in a mortgage action.