IJN


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AcronymDefinition
IJNImperial Japanese Navy (until 1945)
IJNInstitut Jantung Negara (Indonesian: National Heart Institute; Malaysia)
IJNIn Jesus Name
IJNInternational Journal of Nanoscience
IJNInternational Justice Network (New York, NY)
IJNIndian Journal of Nephrology
IJNIran Journal of Nursing (Iran University of Medical Sciences)
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The majority of the Japanese radars deployed overseas were the IJN Type 11, 12 and 13.
Patalano explains that the founders of the JMSDF, many of them IJN veterans, determined that the prewar navy had been plagued by its narrow professional focus.
(6) Nifumi Mukai, commander, Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), interrogation by Captain J.S.
Occupied Borneo was administratively partitioned into two halves, namely Kita Boruneo (Northern Borneo) that coincided with pre-war British Borneo (Sarawak, Brunei, and North Borneo) was governed by the IJA, whereas Minami Boruneo (Southern Borneo), formerly Dutch Borneo (western and southern portion of the island) came under the control of the IJN. This territorial separation between the military services was in line with Tokyo's policy that differentiated occupied areas in Southeast Asia in terms of their respective nature and importance.
MARC has affirmed its AIS rating on the MYR 30 million outstanding Sukuk issued under IJN Capital Sdn Bhd's (IJN Capital) Sukuk Musyarakah Programme with a stable outlook.
The eight classes of light cruiser developed by the IJN were fast, well-armed and technologically superior to the fleets the Allied powers could bring to bear.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-December 1, 2011--MARC maintains IJN Capital's sukuk rating(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 1, 2011--MARC maintains IJN Capital's sukuk rating(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
"Supported with previously unreleased evidence, IJN has uncovered direct involvement by Pakistan agencies in the disappearance of Dr.
Fauzia Siddiqui, a team of lawyers belonging to International Justice Network (IJN) will be invited to Pakistan to consult regarding the future course of action.
(13) Bob Hackett and Sander Kingsepp, "Ijn Awata Maru: Tabular Record of Movement," Tokusetsu Junyokan!
The case has been brought by the International Justice Network (IJN) on behalf of two Yemenis and one Tunisian citizen, each seized outside of Afghanistan from third countries and held without charge or trial in US custody for more than six years.