BJA

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AcronymDefinition
BJABureau of Justice Assistance (US Department of Justice)
BJABritish Journal of Anaesthesia
BJABritish Judo Association
BJABob Jones Academy (Greenville, SC)
BJABritish Jewellers' Association
BJABillie Joe Armstrong (lead singer of Green Day)
BJABritish Journal of Aesthetics
BJABelgium-Japan Association
BJABritish Journal of Addiction
BJABoard for Judicial Administration (Washington)
BJABrigade Judge Advocate
BJABob Jones Auditorium (Redstone Arsenal; Alabama)
BJABaxter & Jacobson Architects (Australia)
BJABijoux Jungblut Avocats (French law firm)
BJABurlap and Jute Association (Dayton, OH)
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Stella Dorsett, of the British Jewellers' Association, outlined one of the BJA's biggest recent achievements--a [pounds sterling]1m cash injection through regional business support agencies.
The British Jewellers' Association is part of the British Jewellery, Giftware and Finishing Federation, based on Vyse Street.
Fei Liu, of Phoenix England, a division of F&L (UK), won the Kayman Award 2007, organised by the British Jewellers' Association and sponsored by Spring Fair Birmingham.
Phoenix England, a division of F&L (UK), won the Kayman Award 2007, organised annually by the British Jewellers' Association and sponsored by Spring Fair Birmingham.
The event was organised by Jewellery and Silverware West Midlands, a regional forum of jewellers and silversmiths who form part of Advantage West Midlands' High Value Added Consumer Products cluster, the British Jewellers' Association, the Jewellery Industry Innovation Centre and Birmingham City Council.
With partners, the British Jewellers' Association, the Jewellery Industry Innovation Centre and Birmingham City Council, the event included a presentation by Paola de Luca, creative director of trends forecaster TJF on how buying patterns are likely to develop from 2007 onwards.
The British Jewellers' Association has elected Stella Dorsett as its new chairman, the first woman in its 117 year history to hold the honorary position.
During her visit Ms Lynne met industry leaders including Marie Haddleton, chairman of the Jewellery Quarter Association, Geoff Field, chief executive of the British Jewellers' Association, and Michael Allchin of the Birmingham Assay Office.
Amanda was awarded a first prize by the British Jewellers' Association for gemmology and diamond and jewellery mounting.
The eventual winner of the competition, which is being sponsored by the British Jewellers' Association, will be revealed at next year's Spring Fair Birmingham which is being held at the NEC.
He joined the full-time horology course at the University of Central England and won the British Jewellers' Association prize at the end of three years' study
The British Jewellers' Association is aiming to put the sparkle back into its industry with a pounds 60,000 Jewellery in Britain Initiative.
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