FJO

AcronymDefinition
FJOFirm Job Offer
FJOFoyer des Jeunes Ouvriers (French: Home Young Workers)
FJOFribourg Jazz Orchestra (Fribourg, Switzerland)
FJOFunctional Jaw Orthopedics
FJOFloreffe Jazz Orchestra (Belgian jazz orchestra)
FJOFestival de la Jeunesse Orthodoxe (French: Festival of Orthodox Youth)
FJOFonds pour la Jeunesse Orléannaise (French: Fund for Youth Orleans; Orleans, France)
FJOFeeling Jazz Orchestra (Japan)
FJOFollowers of the Jedi Order (Star Wars gaming clan)
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Para cada valor fjo de conversion se lee la temperatura en cada una de las tres velocidades de calentamiento.
En las figuras 2 y 3 se presentan las lineas de regresion (con coeficientes de regresion lineal cercanos a la unidad) calculadas a cada una de las briquetas, empleando los metodos Starink y Friedman, respectivamente, para valores de conversion fjos entre 0,2 y 0,8.
Orlich offers its cream-of-the-crop beans under the brand FJO. These Strictly Hard Bean (SHB) products are named after the company's founder Francisco J.
FJO coffees are selected only from the middle of the crop when cherries are at their peak, the coffee is hand picked daily and consolidated at receiving stations, from where the Orlich-operated La Giorgia mill in Zaragoza de Palmares picks up the coffee to begin processing.
Unlike larger batches of lesser grade coffees, FJO's are processed separately utilizing more time-intensive, traditional milling techniques.
FJO Reserva Presidente is grown above 4,000 feet in the highest areas of San Ramon and Palmares in the western part of Costa Rica's central valley.
En este sentido, el analisis de la practica profesional proporciona un encuadre fjo que garantiza la seguridad de los intercambios entre los participantes (Bleger, 2004).
In fact it's clear in hindsight that, left to ordinary mechanisms to deliver them, they'd have proved the wisdom of Ebenezer Howard's immortal aphorism to FJO, in 1919: 'My dear boy, if you wait for the Government to do it you will be as old as Methuselah before you start.' Well, in 1946 Osborn was only 61, but he'd managed to work with Reith to disprove it.
When FJO edited a reprint of Garden Cities of To-morrow for Faber in 1946 he took care to space to the opposition, such as the book reviewer who covered To-morrow for Fabian News in December 1898: 'The author has read many learned and interesting writers, and the extracts he makes from their books are like plums in the unpalatable dough of his Utopian scheming.
The TCPA regularly sent study tours here; you can still find the old pictures of FJO chatting to Sven Markelius and his successor Goran Sidenbladh.