JECS


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JECSJournal of Early Christian Studies
JECSJournal of Eastern Caribbean Studies (University of the West Indies at Cave Hill; Bridgetown, Barbados)
JECSJustice Education in Catholic Schools (Australia)
JECSJournal of Electronic Circuits and Systems
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The Philippines seeks to deepen its economic ties with Turkey, Hungary and Czech Republic by holding separate inaugural Joint Economic Commission (JEC) meetings this year.
On Tuesday, Szijjarto and his counterpart, Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez, are set to sign an agreement on the establishment of the Philippines-Hungary Joint Economic Commission (JEC) to further enhance the trade relations of the two countries.
The accessibility to a broad range of essential capabilities, coupled with the ability of the JECs to deploy within hours, has proven to be a model that successfully meets joint force commanders' requirements.
(RocTool has exhibited the process in developmental stages at previous JECs. See "Learn More.") Its process heats only the mold's surface using its so-called "cage system" of induction-heating coils outside the mold.
"Global Change: Restructuring the Enterprise Culture and Power of Contemporary Barbados." JECS 22(3): 1-47.
said Thursday it will make affiliated automobile parts maker Unisia Jecs Corp.
Unisia Jecs said it will close down one of its plants in Atsugi, Kanagawa Prefecture, by March 2005 following the launch of the Chinese plant.
Vladimir's Theological Quarterly 43 (1999): 105-30; on the relevance of performance theory to late antique asceticism see Patricia Cox Miller, "Desert Asceticism and `The Body from Nowhere,'" JECS 2 (1994): 137-53.
[17], Unisia Jecs [17], Kansei [17], Nippon Carbureter [17], Kiriu Machine Mfg.
Unisia Jecs Corp had agreed with French car component maker Valeo SA to study the feasibility of setting up a joint venture to make and market vehicle clutches in Japan.