CJS


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AcronymDefinition
CJSCriminal Justice System
CJSCenter for Japanese Studies (various schools)
CJSCanadian Journal of Sociology
CJSCorpus Juris Secundum (legal encyclopedia)
CJSCommerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies
CJSCertificate in Jewish Studies (various schools)
CJSCentre for Journalism Studies (Cardiff University; UK)
CJSCopnor Junior School (UK)
CJSCorporate Jet Sales (Middleburg, VA)
CJSCanadian Journal of Surgery
CJSCardiff Journalism School (UK)
CJSCiudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico - International Abraham Gonzalez (Airport Code)
CJSCanadian Jobs Strategy
CJSClosed Joint Stock Company
CJSColumbia Japan Society (Columbia University; New York)
CJSClub Jeunes Sciences (French: Youth Science Club)
CJSCenter for Jury Studies (Williamsburg, Virginia)
CJSCollège Jeanne-Sauvé (Canada)
CJSCanadian Joint Staff
CJSController Jurisdiction Symbol
CJSConcast Join Success
CJSCivilian Job Series
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In May, the Commerce, Justice, State (CJS) Appropriation Subcommittee held a hearing in which two foundry owners testified on the effects Chinese imports are having on the U.S.' manufacturing, agricultural and pharmaceutical industries.
As a result, the CJS Appropriation Subcommittee passed the fiscal year 2004 CJS spending bill that was later approved by the U.S.
Cadmus Journal Services (CJS) has announced the development of the Harrison's Online site (http://www.harrisonsonline.com), which hosts the online version of its encyclopedia of medicine, Harrison's Principles of internal Medicine.