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FTJFail to Join (gaming)
FTJFédération Tunisienne de Judo (French: Tunisian Judo Federation; Tunisia)
FTJFondation Tourisme Jeunesse (French: Youth Tourism Foundation)
FTJFaculté de Théologie de Jérusalem (French: Jerusalem School of Theology)
FTJFestival Théâtre-Jeunesse (French: Youth Theatre Festival)
FTJFull Time Job
FTJFédération Tchadienne de Judo (French: Chad Judo Federation; Chad)
FTJFace the Jury (website)
FTJFine Tool Journal (Pownal, ME)
FTJFiches de Travail Junior (French: Junior Worksheets)
FTJFourier Theory of Jumps
FTJFun Travel Job (staffing firm)
FTJFuel the Jet (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen)
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It happens when the structures that form the upper lip or palate fail to join together when a baby is developing in the womb.
The institutions are an alternative for students who fail to join local universities.
On page 30, we look at the ramifications of what happens when you fail to join the climate dots.
52 issued in 2003 prohibits schools from imposing punitive measures or activities related to the field trip on students who fail to join. It also urges teachers to refrain from giving tests based on these tours.
However, citizens who fail to join the military and reserve service will face up to 10 years in prison, according to a draft law, passed by the Cabinet in January.
NNA - Caretaker Higher Learning and National Education Minister, Hassan Diab, warned on Wednesday that Lebanon's independence shall not carry on if the Lebanese fail to join ranks and unite.
The US Justice Department has warned Swiss banks that fail to join its programme that they could be facing criminal charges over helping US customers evade taxes.
In a cleft lip, also sometimes known as harelip, the halves of the upper lip fail to join in the centre while the baby is developing in the womb.
Time is running and we will fail to join the EU and NATO in 2012 too," says Ramadani.
Come the March for Life in Ottawa I never fail to join the Show the Truth group in front of Morgentaler's clinic on Bank Street.
Romanian President Traian Basescu has expressed worries that should his country fail to join Schengen in early 2011, it will have to wait much longer for entry.