JCHJournal of Contemporary History
JCHJewish Community House
JCHChristianshab, Greenland (airport code)
JCHJanet Clarke Hall (University of Melbourne; Australia)
JCHJournal of Community Health
JCHJournal of Chiropractic Humanities
JCHJudo Club Hermée (Belgian martial arts club)
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The acquisition of Risk Innovations is the eighth transaction by JCH since its founding, and places the company among the largest wholesale brokers in the US.
[2.] Lin X, Lee CG, Casale ES, Shih JCH. Purification and characterization of a keratinase from a feather-degrading Bacillus licheniformis strain.
Providing every bed on the NTFGH and JCH patient floors with a view and natural ventilation began with a floor plate geometry that staggers the headwall of the inpatient wards in a sawtooth shape to create a space for each patient to have their own window (see diagram on page 44).
In: Garcia LS, Bachner P, Baselski VS, Lewis MR, Linscott AJ, Schwab DA, Steele Jr JCH, Weissfeld AS, Wilkinson DS, Wolk DM, eds.
(11.) Young PTL, The CH, Look M, Wee SB, Tan JCH, Chew SP.
Despite widespread popularity among the general reading public, criticism of the articles was intense: Crabb Robinson called them "shameful articles," and another critic lambasted De Quincey's villainous "coarse caricature" of Coleridge (2:464) (JCH: 22).
GOLDEN BOY J Cyclist Sir Chris Hoy and his wife Sarra JCh CELEB J Ashley Roberts TASTY J GREATBRITISHBAKEOFF's Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry h Offffffffffff's Berry
La primera reaccion fue la creacion en 1886 de la Junta Central de Higiene (JCH), que inicio actividades en 1887.