JEO

AcronymDefinition
JEOJupiter European Opportunities Trust (finance; UK)
JEOJunction East Of
JEOJournal of Educators Online (industry publication)
JEOJaguar Explorer Online (Atari gaming)
JEOJack Edward Oliver (British cartoonist)
JEOJob Evaluation Officer
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Letran's Jeo Ambohoto tries to score against Perpetual Help's Nathaniel Sevilla during NCAA Season 95 at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan Friday.
Men's doubles: Anton Chekhov (RUS)/Kai Wehnlet (GER) bt Chandril Sood (IND)/Lakshit Sood (IND) 6-2 6-4; Ti Chen (TPE)/Ray Ho (TPE) bt Dmitry Myagkov (RUS)/Saida'lo Saidkarimov (UZB) 6-2, 6-7 (5), 12-10; Aqeel Khan (PAK)/Muzammil Murtaza (PAK) bt Jeo Cooper (GBR)/Matt Seeberger (USA) 6-3, 6-4; Vladimir Polyakov (RUS)/Alexander Pavlioutchenkov (RUS) bt Lorenzo Bocchi (ITA)/Darko Jandric (SRB) 7-6 (6), 2-6; 10-8.
PANGRIO -- A 3-year-old boy identified as Nasrullah Lund was died of measles in the village, Jeo Lund, while many other children have been hospitalized as measles played havoc in Pangrio and its adjoining areas on Wednesday.
The concept is a collaboration between Bahrain-based Arabia Motors magazine and JEO Productions, a Bahraini film and TV production house.
On his arrival at in front of Srivari Temple TTD EO Sri Anil Kumar Singhal, Tirumala JEO Sri KS Sreenivasa Raju have welcomed the President.
The Seventh Wave (TSW), a collaborative creation between Joseph Tito, chief executive of film, documentary company JEO Productions, and Dr Lesley AlJishi, an arts enthusiast and mother-of-two, will offer after-school classes, plus weekend and summer workshops.
From left: Al Bader senior HSE officer Jeo Aricatt and Al Bader senior project manager Sunil Cerejo receiving the award from GWC senior director of Commercial Services Naji Nassar.
The summit is also a chance to "reaffirm the US strategic partnership with the Gulf States, our shared concern about Iran's destabilizing activities in the region, and our mutual commitment to take steps necessary to enhance stability in the Gulf and de-escalate tensions." US Vice-President Jeo Biden had recently said in a speech that there were 35,000 US forces in the Gulf countries "to deter aggression and defend our partners.
He was an elderly man of 84 years; barefooted, wearing moth-eaten clothes, having a walking stick in his hand, in order to cope with his miserable state and chanting with a massive crowd that familiar PTI's mantra: "Jeo Imran Khan (long live Imran Khan)" after the cheerleader.
Set in Pakistan and Afghanistan shortly after the September 11 attacks, the narrative captures the tumult of war as it snakes between the lives of its many characters: Mikal and Jeo, brothers who leave Pakistan for Afghanistan to provide medical aid to wounded Afghanis; Rohan, their father and the title's blind man, a retired teacher residing in the former building of the Islamic school he founded; Naheed, Jeo's wife, whose own tangled affections surface over the course of the novel; and a host of other minor characters.
Hoping to better Sofia's lot in eternity, Rohan seeks to find and destroy her works, which leads him to the orphan Mikal, whom he "adopts." Mikal, Jeo's "blood brother," and the impoverished, fatherless Naheed share a secret love they reluctantly sacrifice when Rohan arranges a marriage between Naheed and Jeo.
THE BLIND MAN'S GARDEN by Nadeem Aslam (Faber and Faber, PS18.99) IN the months following 9/11, two foster brothers, Jeo and Mikal, leave their home in Pakistan and travel to Afghanistan covertly with the intention to help wounded civilians.