JIGAJapanese Industrial Gases Association
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The two words that he uses for these realities are "Jiko" and "jiga." The two words have almost identical meanings as the ordinary self or person of a human being, without specifically religious (in commonly spoken Japanese) transcendent implications.
Among those who died were Parth's mother, Divya, and his five-year-old brother Jiga, crushed when their two-storey home in Bhuj collapsed.
For this purpose he uses two traditional Japanese terms but gives them his more precise meaning, jiga for the self and Jiki for the Self.
CFO magazine, in a profile of NYPL Vice President for Finance Anthony Jiga, lauded the library's finance expert for the wily bookkeeping he employed when the anonymous donor sent the check with no strings attached:
Jiga emerged as the mainstay of the batting line-up scoring a 22-ball 47, a knock that including five sixes and two hits to the ropes.
[8] Jiga, G, Stamin, S., Dinu, G., Dobrescu, T, Popovici, D.
Sandeep scored 63 runs off 27 deliveries with help of eight sixes and one four, while Jamai Jiga scored 76 runs off 23 deliveries with nine sixes and four boundaries.