EDJ


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AcronymDefinition
EDJEconomic Development Journal (International Economic Development Council)
EDJEnamel Dentine Junction (dentistry)
EDJEpidermal-Dermal Junction (dermatology)
EDJEmily Dickinson Journal
EDJL'Ecole du Journalisme (French: School of Journalism; Nice, France)
EDJEverydayJunglist (web community)
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In the study, Chelala calculates that customers of EDJ -- the concession distributing EDL-generated electricity in the Jbeil region -- receive 30 amps and, with a generator subscription for 10 amps, pay on average $150 per month.
EDJ was producing electricity prior to 1964, as were a few other concessions.
In October, Byblos Invest Bank announced it would buy approximately 35 percent of shares in BAE -- the company owning the project -- alongside Vectra Holding sal, whose primary shareholder is Elie Bassil, chairman of EDJ.
Bittencourt LS, Santos SMCD, Pinto EDJ, Aliaga MA, Ribeiro-Silva RC.
Bassil said EDJ would sell electricity to the consumers at an average of $0.
Bassil added that after 20 years, the plant built by EDJ would automatically be transferred to the state under the built-operate and transfer deal.
But Energy and Water Minister Arthur Nazarian emphasized that the EDJ proposal to build a power plant in Jbeil could only be approved by the Cabinet if it sold electricity to consumers at the rates charged by EDL.
Jones & Company, EDJ Holding Company, 1255 Barkley Blvd.
X1 Discovery recently briefed EDJ on its social media collection offering," stated Barry Murphy of the eDiscovery Journal.
Hogan retired in 1997 as managing partner of EDJ Farms in Oak Ridge.