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EJEnvironmental Justice (EPA)
EJEconomic Journal
EJElton John (musician)
EJEject (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
EJEdward Jones (Investing Company; USA, Canada, UK)
EJExpansion Joint (general construction)
EJEuro-Japan
EJExajoule (10^18 Joules)
EJEdgerrin James (NFL player)
EJExternal Jugular Vein
EJEmpresa Júnior (Junior Enterprise, Brazil)
EJEddie James (crossword setter for Private Eye Magazine)
EJEmergency Jettison
EJElectronic Journalism (NBC early 70's term describing Minicams; usually called ENG now)
EJElectric Jet (USAF nickname for the F-16 Fighting Falcon)
EJElectronic Jamming
EJEmerald Jungle (Everquest)
EJEscort Jammer
EJEcotourism Japan
EJEarvin Johnson Jr. (baskball player)
EJElectronic Jockey
EJExpendable Jammer
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Eddie James The blame for all of this lies firmly with David Cameron.
Headlined by performers Eddie James, Casey J, Leon Richardson and Kelam Wilkes.
Eddie James Hayes wrote: "just give us it....WE ROCK!!," while Valerie Jenkins said: "Liverpool is a city full of wonderful people!" Readers echoed Mayor Joe Anderson's belief that the games will be a "massive opportunity" for the city.
MIKE J CARR, Middlesbrough LEFT: Abdul Rasool and Eddie James at the celebration meal
Simon Raine befriended 82-year-old Eddie James, watching football on television during trips to his home.
Martin Veins (six), Eddie James (three), Lawrence King and Marcus Bowen helped
The number of early blues musicians who came from that region -- among them Charley Patton, Eddie James, Chris Burnett, and "Son" House -- would seem to give die Delta the stronger claim, but New Orleans and environs still have their champions.
Frail widower Eddie James, a retired factory worker, died on August Bank Holiday Monday, aged 82.
While playing "Shetland Pony Blues" by Eddie James "Son" House in a field near Robinsonville, a mockingbird landed on a telephone pole nearby and sang along.
Only Stef Davies (20) offered much resistance as Caerleon crumbled to 77 all out as David Griffiths took three for 17 for Llanarth and Eddie James three for 18.
MISSED: Eddie James; OFF HE GOES: Suspect Simon Raine leaves court after being accused