CJO

AcronymDefinition
CJOCanadian Journal of Ophthalmology
CJOChief of Joint Operations
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)
CJOCambridge Journals Online (Cambridge University Press; UK)
CJOCounty Junior Orchestra (UK)
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A pesar de que es frecuente la asociacion de anemia con cancer, en el CJO la anemia no lo fue en ninos con tumores hematolinfoides, pues se observo un marcado incremento cuando se trato de tumores solidos.
2015), 'Much of the 'economics of property rights' devalues property and legal rights', Journal of Institutional Economics, Available on CJO 2015 doi:10.
However, if it is, then the invitation must be taken up, as it was by Winkler CJO and Ball J, to answer the critical questions that it inevitably entails.
CJO aan Tweede Kamer, "Pak antisemitisme aan," January 27, 2011, www.
for Winkler CJO and Cunningham ACJ Ont SCJ (ad hoc), held that Ontario
2012) 'Poor mothers and lonely single males: the 'essentially' excluded women and men of Australia', Social Policy and Society, Available on CJO doi:10.
Bird Conservation International, Available on CJO 2011 doi:10.
Burton CJO dealt with the issue as a matter of contract and statutory duty and also dismissed the appeal.
The trial comes in addition to the trials of CJO by two other European multinational corporations.
Another officer, Tracy Case, CCO-Honors, CJO, from the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office in Chattanooga, Tenn.
CJO appreciated the role played by finance secretary Suleman Siddique in the resolution of sugar crisis.
53) In brief, Winkler CJO concluded that the Act failed to protect the associational right to bargain collectively because it failed to impose an obligation on employers to bargain in good faith and because of the weakness of the "enforcement mechanism" in terms of the Tribunal, a body without expertise in labour relations and no requirement of such expertise.