CCJ


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AcronymDefinition
CCJCaribbean Court of Justice
CCJCross-Border Consumer Center Japan (Consumer Affairs Agency)
CCJCounty Court Judgement (England & Wales; registered debt in civil action)
CCJCommercial Carrier Journal
CCJComputer Center in Japan
CCJCraniocervical Junction (spine condition)
CCJConference of Chief Justices
CCJCorte Centroamericana de Justicia (Central America)
CCJCalicut, India (Airport Code)
CCJConseil Communal des Jeunes (French: Municipal Youth Council)
CCJCentre Camille Jullian (French archaeological center)
CCJCore Component Jammer
CCJCenter for Criminal Justice (various locations)
CCJCenter for Communication and Journalism (Plattsburgh State University of New York)
CCJConseil Consultatif de la Jeunesse (French: Youth Advisory Council)
CCJCiti Cards Japan, Inc.
CCJCenter for Creative Justice (Ames, IA)
CCJComputer Communications Journal
CCJCluster Computing Journal
CCJCyber Citizens for Justice
CCJContinuing Court of Jurisdiction (Texas)
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As shown in Figure 2, the vascular parameters of the CCJ include the vertebral arteries which pass through the transverse processes of the atlas and make a total of four ninety degree turns.
The increasing CCJ addition to burger batters resulted in a greater acceptability of the aroma of the finished products; however, the most preferable ones in this respect turned out to be burgers with the highest CCJ addition (5.7 CCJ1.5, 5.4 CCJ1.0, 5.0 CCJ0.5, and 4.4 CCJ0).
Our case represents another treatment option for solitary lesions within the CCJ. Our patient, an elderly female, demonstrated favorable outcome with cement augmentation and curettage for a C2 plasmacytoma without need for further stabilization or fusion.
Part II analyzes the protracted genesis of the CCJ with particular focus on the trajectories of the Court's two main regional contexts--the Caribbean Community and the post-colonial context of Transnational English law and the Privy Council.
The CCJ's ruling requires the Belizean government to demarcate and officially register Mayan communal lands and protect them against incursions by outsiders.
In acute paediatric CCJ injury, MRI is the imaging modality of choice for detailed assessment of the integrity of the ligaments, presence of REH and relations of the components of the CCJ.
Through the necessary searches, NLA Tenant Check found that approximately one in 20 tenants processed had one or more County Court Judgments (CCJs) against them at an undisclosed previous address during the first half of 2011.
Calgon Carbon has changed CMCC's name to Calgon Carbon Japan KK, or CCJ.
Cameco Corporation (TSX: CCO) (NYSE: CCJ), a Canada-based uranium mining company, has announced a quarterly cash dividend.
Mark Carter has been named executive director of the Committee of Concerned Journalists (CCJ) and the Goldenson Chair in Community Broadcasting at the Missouri School of Journalism.
The number of County Court judgements (CCJ) served against large supermarkets seems to support anecdotal evidence from suppliers that supermarkets continue to employ unfair business practices relating to settling invoices.