CJO

AcronymDefinition
CJOCrude Jatropha Oil
CJOCambridge Journals Online (Cambridge University Press; UK)
CJOCleveland Jazz Orchestra (Cleveland, OH)
CJOChicago Jazz Orchestra (Chicago, IL)
CJOConditional Job Offer
CJOCustomer Journey Optimization (online marketing)
CJOCanadian Journal of Ophthalmology
CJOCertified Jail Officer (American Jail Association)
CJOChief of Joint Operations
CJOCounty Junior Orchestra (UK)
CJOChief Janitorial Officer (various companies)
CJOChief Judicial Officer
CJOChemical Journals Online
CJOCollège des Jeunes Orthopédistes (French: College of Young Orthopaedists; est. 1997)
CJOCombined Joint Operations
CJOCarolina Journal Online (est. 1991; John Locke Foundation)
CJOCréation Joaillerie Orfèvrerie (French jewelry company)
CJOConseils Juristes Ouest (French law firm)
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CJO: Kurt Gibson is widely regarded as one of the best (if not the best) current players in the world.
this new Supreme Court jurisprudence, Winkler CJO stated:
(2015), 'Much of the 'economics of property rights' devalues property and legal rights', Journal of Institutional Economics, Available on CJO 2015 doi:10.1017/S1744137414000630
At the Supreme Court, Rothstein and Deschamps JJ, concurring in result, took different routes to arrive at the first option, while Abella J's dissent, like Winkler CJO, took the second route.
"Design and Validation of the RiceWrist-S Exoskeleton for Robotic Rehabilitation after Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury," accepted for publication, Robotica, CJO 2014, D0l:1017/S0263574714001490.
.model HMPS282 D (IS = 22000p RS = 8.0 BV = 15 IBV = 0.1m CJO = 0.7p M = 0.5 N = 1.08).
(12) Yalvac," Devlet", s.31; Justin Rosenberg, "The 'Philosophical Premises' of Uneven and Combined Development", Review of International Studies, CJO 2012, doi:10.1017/S0260210512000381, s.1-29.
The CJO, the umbrella organization of Dutch Jewry, criticized a new Holocaust distortion in this program, however: the organizers' interconnecting of Holocaust education with the Middle-East conflict.
Meredith, CJO, Commissioner, Final Report on Laws Relating to the Liability of Employers to Make Compensation to Their Employees for Injuries Received in the Course of Their Employment Which are in Force in Other Countries, and as to How Far Such Laws are Found to Work Satisfactorily (Toronto: Government Printer, 1913), accessed March 2013, http://www.awcbc.org/common/ assets/english%20pdf/meredith_report.pdf.