JESSICA


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JESSICAJoint European Support for Sustainable Investment in City Areas (EU)
JESSICAJava-Enable Single-System-Image Computing Architecture
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First conceived on a napkin during a lunch break when Juergensen and Westfeldt were enrolled in the Ensemble Studio Theatre company in New York, Kissing Jessica Stein started out as a piece of theater.
Weill's daughter Jessica learned about business when her father brought associates and their innovative ideas into the home.
It's really like one big family here," Jessica continues.
The night before Jessica died, recalls her mother Joyce Cole, "I told my husband Matt that I just had to grab a few hours of sleep, so he sat with Jessica.
Jessica Matrasko's hip, hand-crafted jewelry line has quickly become a Hollywood accessory must-have.
Justin is currently on a world tour for his new album and Jessica joined him to show her support for her husband.
Jessica, eight, has raised hundreds of pounds for charity in honour of her mum who died of cancer, and has got others involved in her support for the Butterwick Hospice.
Attacked while walking home from a night out, Jessica was set upon by Carl Powell but, incredibly, managed to talk him into letting her go, only to discover afterwards that he had already murdered mum-of-two Caroline Coyne a month earlier.
Jessica's soulful, wide-ranged voice (think Adele & Martina McBride), genuine connection with the audience, and uninhibited stage presence, along with five other talented musicians, make up the Jessica Caylyn Band.
Jessica is also a relative of Elias Howe of Spencer, the inventor of the first industrial sewing machine.