JEAL

AcronymDefinition
JEALJournal of East Asian Libraries (Council on East Asian Libraries)
JEALJournal of East Asian Linguistics
JEALJames Edward Austen-Leigh (1798-1874; Jane Austen's nephew)
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According to detail a girl Jameelan Abro was kidnapped ten day ago by armed persons as gunpoint from kolab jeal but the police failed to recover her.
Jeal won the contest with 57:69m, Nixon finishing runnerup with 52:40m.
* Explorers of the Nile, by Tim Jeal, is published by Faber and Faber priced pounds 25
Its gross assets were worth GBP49.6m.Country: UK, Sector: Business and Consumer Services, MediaTarget: MediaVest (Manchester) LtdBuyer: Aegis Group plcVendor: Andy Jeal, Dave LucasDeal size in USD: 151.6mType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
WITH reference to Tim Jeal's book on the impossible life of Henry Morton Stanley, the explorer (Viewpoints, August 5), is he able to shed some light on the curious coincidence of twoWelshmen of the same age in America at the same time adopting the name of HenryMorton Stanley?
David Jeal, 44, of Blackberry Lane, Rowley Regis, appeared before West Bromwich magistrates on January 18 where he admitted depositing controlled waste on March 22, 2009.
STANLEY: THE IMPOSSIBLE LIFE OF AFRICA'S GREATEST EXPLORER by Tim Jeal (FABER AND FABER, 9.99 [pounds sterling]) More than 30 years after his unrivalled biography of Livingstone, Jeal produced a worthy counterpart about Stanley
Christopher Jeal, clerk to the Worshipful Company of Blacksmiths, said: "It is only since 2004 that ladies have been admitted to the Worshipful Company of Blacksmiths.
Drawing on a vast trove of newly available materials from the Stanley family archives in Brussels, Tim Jeal's rip-roaring biography--overflowing with cannibals, exotic diseases, and treacherous cataracts--aims to set the record straight and undo the damage wrought by critics and by Stanley himself.
David Jeal, 41, was barred from Bristol Rovers matches in 1986 for fighting on the terraces.
FOR GOD AND GLORY Tim Jeal New York: William Morrow & Co., 1996 343 pp., $25.00