JAMMO

AcronymDefinition
JAMMOJapan Multi-Payment Network Management Organization (bank federation)
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Jammo, a former floor-layer who says he's been on the streets for 20 years, told Kemp he turned to drugs and lost custody of his children.
In the same neighborhood, another Army patrol detained two Syrian nationals identified as Firas Jammo and Nawras Matar for allegedly forging Syrian identification cards and driving licenses with the intention of selling them.
The old "jammo" is a gas operated beastie and reloads, or even some factory stuff purchased purely on price, can give it fits.
Dave - better known to colleagues and friends as Jammo - joined the Gazette in 1971 after nearly five years with The Northern Echo.
A long overview by Shiferaw Jammo presents a picture of GNP growth rates which reached in eminently respectable peak of 5 per cent p.a.
It was good to see one of the old teachers of the 1950s ("Jammo") being remembered by a correspondent.
Finally, I remember one teacher known as Jammo, a veteran of the Great War.
The sources said that Lebanese terrorist Ziad Hussein Ze'iter along with Hozan Jammo, Bahaa Ed-Din al-Haji and Nizar al-Dibbes from Ahrar al-Sham group were killed in the army's operations in Jisrin town in Damascus countryside.
Following the meeting, conferees condemned in a statement the assassination of Syrian journalist Mohammed Darrar Jammo in Sarafand, and called on the concerned authority to conduct the necessary investigations and bring the criminals to the competent court.
David 'Daio' Jones, 15, Karl Sparson, 17, and James 'Jammo' Tabbener, 16, all from Llanrumney, near the capital, were three of six boys who made the life-changing trip to Borovliani State Orphanage and Rehabilitation Centre in Minsk.
I remember one teacher, known as Jammo, a veteran of the Great War.