JAH


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AcronymDefinition
JAHJournal of American History
JAHJournal of Adolescent Health
JAHJournal of African History (Cambridge University Press)
JAHJust A Hobby
JAHJamiat Ahl-e-Hadith (Pakistan political party)
JAHJust Another Hawaiian
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Ncube, Xoliso Sithole, Cllr Tracy Harvey, Henrietta Mlilo, Sipho Ncube and Jainaba Jah.
Jah Wobble took to the stage to talk about his music career.
Jah said she saw 40 plants when she was invited into the flat and made to promise she would tell no-one.
Jah Roots come from Missouri, and this is the group's first Eugene show.
Swanson, "'The Sanitation Syndrome': Bubonic Plague and Urban Native Policy in the Cape Colony, 1900-1909," JAH 18, 3 (1977): 387-410.
Fight the Power: Rap, Race, and Reality by Chuck D with Yusef Jah Delta, October 1998, $12.
The Psalms gave the Rastas the trademark name "JAH" for their hero and deity, Ras Tafari, Emperor Haile Selassie I; the title JAH is found once in the Psalms as an abbreviation for Yahweh (or Jahweh), the four-letter word (tetragrammaton) YHWH.
The Skatalites for this session were led by Alphonso and McCook, and featured Johnnie Moore (trumpet), Lester Sterling (alto sax), Jah Jerry Hinds (guitar), Lord Tanamo (vocals), Cedric "Baba" Brooks (tenor sax), Jackie Mittoo (piano), Lloyd Knibbs (drums), and Lloyd Brevett (acoustic bass).
The New Babylon ruined on this archipelago pulses reggae, Jah blood up the gulf.
Asif Mahmood Jah, presently posted as Collector Customs (Appeals) Lahore, on being conferred Sitara-e-Imtiaz in recognition of valuable services rendered for the humanity.
Music "Wormtown Ska Fest,'' featuring Bim Skala Bim with Superska, the Copacetics, Riki Rocksteady, Jah Fist and SuperSka