CEJA

AcronymDefinition
CEJACouncil on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (AMA)
CEJAConseil Européen des Jeunes Agriculteurs (European Council of Young Farmers)
CEJACentre d'Études Juridiques Appliquées (French: Center for Applied Legal Studies)
CEJACentro Editorial Javeriano
CEJAChambre Belge des Experts Chargés de Missions Judiciaires et d'Arbitrage (French: Belgian Chamber of Experts in Charge of Missions and Judicial Arbitration; Belgium)
CEJACouncil of Ethical and Judicial Affairs (American Medical Association)
CEJACommittee for Environmental Justice Action
CEJACommonwealth Environmental Journalists Association
CEJACentaurea Jacea (brownray knapweed)
CEJACommittee to Elect Jimenez for Action (Los Angeles, CA)
CEJACentre d'Études Japonaise d'Alsace (French: Japanese Studies Center of Alsace; Alsace, France)
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Ocote-Matus and Christina Bucio, 30, of Vernon Hills, were taken to the same hospital as Ceja and were listed in good condition, police said.
Much of the battle, as the CEJA report (two years in the making) suggested was over language.
The play in question is an interference call at second base in a Double-A Texas League game, and the discussion between Ceja and Wellman started off amicably enough, the latter pleading his case, waving his arms sporadically, pointing at the second base bag on occasion.
Ceja responded that the city "will be not only completely bilingual, but ...
Joseph Selby, our point person on the Reference Committee on the Amendment of Constitution and Bylaws reported on the adoption of CEJA's Physician's Exercise of Conscience.
Levantine bovine representations from Casa Forestal de Tormen (Teruel): Ceja de Piezarrodilla and Cerrada del Tio Jorge
First introduced to the label while on a Sweet vacation in Playa del Carmen, Dinwiddie, actor Cathy DeBuorjo, and pals Tina Ceja and Susan Nachand took part in their very first fashion show.