JBK


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AcronymDefinition
JBKJohannes B. Kerner (TV show)
JBKJidosha Buhin Kogyo (Japan)
JBKJacqueline Bouvier Kennedy
JBKJervis Bay Kayaks (Australia)
JBKJoseph Brad Kluge (film producer)
JBKJohn Burke Krasinski (actor)
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Among the violations, JBK Management had a 15-year-old working six hours after school (the legal limit is three), an older teen working at 3 a.m., another working a 17-hour shift and another working 46 hours during a week that should have been limited to 30 hours.
Patients and members of the study group (ANB, JBK, and KWD, who performed and collected pain intensity using VAS and muscle activity using surface EMG) were blinded for allocation and treatment.
Julie Kampf is the CEO and Chief Possibilities Officer for JBK Associates International, a talent solution firm specializing in the acquisition and development of senior-level leadership.
JBK General Trading, a company that specialises in consumer electronics, PC peripherals
Referred to therein as "JBK," the President's widow, Jacqueline, "does not like Ted Sorensen, and the reason is that in 1956 he gave people around Washington the impression that he, and not JFK, had written Profiles in Courage," and she said "that for a couple of years she could not bear to speak to Ted." Moreover, Robert Kennedy's ill-will toward Sorensen was epitomized in the same entry:
JBK and CTI are great examples of our strategy to acquire only 'best-in-class' companies.'
Josephson was previously managing director and principal of JBK Capital and Cobblestone Advisory Group, where he was directly responsible for the modification of over $300 million of senior securitized and mezzanine debt for various borrowers.
Jean Bave-Kerwin, the head of JBK Consulting in Slingerlands, N.Y., and a certified associate at the Incoming Calls Management Institute, doesn't think so.
A silver pair of American candelabra, made by Tiffany & Co in New York and engraved with 'JBK' for Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.