IGJ

AcronymDefinition
IGJInspección General de Justicia (Spanish: General Inspection of Justice; Argentina)
IGJInstitute for Global Justice (Netherlands)
IGJInternational Gestalt Journal (psychology)
IGJInternationales Geophysikalisches Jahr (German: International Geophysical Year)
IGJInternalized Gap Junction (cell tissue research)
IGJInspector General of Justice (Argentina)
IGJIntolerancia Glicose (Spanish: glucose intolerance)
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Moreover, we identified 2 novel GCassociatedgenes, IGJ and CXCL17, which have never been reported to be associated with GC before.
We are ready to believe that they are practically minor gods--that they know everything and possess all manner of mysterious powers, but they must seem perfectly ordinary to themselves." Wolfe, IGJ, 240.
[while] those who occupy posts and serve [in the administration of the occupied territories] are anxious about possible reprisals." See DANIC fond IGJ, dos.
Any jump at time (t) generates an over-(abnormal)return [OrT = (IGJ)/P] for the investors so that the total short-term return (r) from the investment will differ from the equilibrium level (k) estimated in the CAPM or the APT models.
In cases against heads of state before the ICC, it may be, and has been, (21) argued that the ICC possesses the capacity to abrogate such defendants' immunity, because it presides over an international jurisdiction and that head of state immunity cannot apply before international courts, as per the above exception affirmed by the IGJ in the Arrest Warrant case.
||[||F is the Frobenius norm; sgj and sg2 are service vector parameters, which correspond to a 1 x [N.sub.t] channel matrix with the pass loss, fading and shadowing effect; igj and ig2 are interference vector parameters, which correspond to a 1 x nt interference channel matrix.
Keiretsu firms are manually identified using the 1986/87, 1994, and 1999 issues of Industrial Grouping in Japan (IGJ) published by Dodwell Marketing Consultants.