GJP

AcronymDefinition
GJPGeorgia Justice Project (est. 1986)
GJPGemensamma Jordbrukspolitiken (Swedish: Common Agricultural Policy / European Commission, aka: CAP)
GJPGood Job Partner
GJPGu Jun Pyo (Boys over Flowers character)
GJPGlobal Justice and Peace (various organizations)
GJPGap Junction Protein
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GJP reportedly supplies irrigation and utility water pipe, valve fittings and accessory items to local utility districts, contractors, golf courses and the agricultural sector on the western slope of Colorado.
Devyn Duffy volunteered for the GJP because he was unemployed: "My most useful talent is the ability to do well on tests, especially multiple-choice.
(94) Ammar & Downey, supra note 78, at 57 (noting that GJP lawyers view themselves as providers of "wraparound" social services and fierce advocates for clients years after the criminal case has concluded).
Top GJP forecasters beat a control group by 60 percent in the first year and by 78 percent in the second.
A: GJP regularly sends the forecasts results to IARPA for data analysis.
There's "a lot of statistical random variation," Philip Tetlock, a GJP founder, told NPR.
(21.) Palin WM, Fleming GJP, Burke FJT, Marquis PM, Randall RC.
Addison O, Marquis PM, Fleming GJP. The impact of hydrofluoric acid surface treatments on the performance of a porcelain laminate restorative material.
In: Renshaw I, Davids K, Savelsberg GJP (eds): Motor Learning in Practice: A Constraints-led Approach.
De Weert-Van Oene GH, De Jong CAJ, Jorg F and Schrijvers GJP (1999): The Helping Alliance Questionnaire: Psychometric properties in patients with substance dependence.
"We continue to have a strong pipeline of deals, and there are some new financing initiatives which will certainly help." Among the deals completed by RSM Tenon Corporate Finance in 2010 were the sale of Washington-based construction firm GJP Holdings to US-based RPM International Inc and the sale of Wearside-based Frank Jones chemists to Middlesbrough-based Knightingales.