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JINJava Inventory
JINJournal of Integrative Neuroscience (World Scientific Publishing Co.)
JINJustice Information Network
JINJapanese Imperial Navy (WW II and prior)
JINJoint Implementation Network (climate change; Netherlands)
JINJoint IED Neutralizer (Ionatron, Inc.)
JINJapan Institute of Navigation (Tokyo, Japan)
JINJSC Interface Network
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Jin and her relatives belong to a community of Chinese Jews that was established in the 9th century by Persian traders who traveled along the Silk Road to Kaifeng, at the time China's capital.
Jin will be dividing his time between the company's head office in San Jose, California and its Beijing offices.
In the 2008 Jiangsu Classic Jin posted 2-0 victories over Neil Robertson and Liang Wenbo and made breaks of 86, 62 and 59 in the competition.
At the meeting, Jin and Ye presented new preliminary results showing not only that these chemical reactions occur, but that they also can be sped up or halted.
"Delicate generational and cultural differences subtly define [the characters'] unique situations, and Ha Jin unpacks the small details of their largely indistinct lives in ways that reveal their larger-than-life personal implications.
While the wreckage has yet to be officially confirmed as the Jin Longtai No.
UNICEF Korea said in a statement on Friday, May 31, that Jin (real name: Kim Seok-jin) has been welcomed to the UNICEF Honors Club.
He said President Xi Jin Ping's new foreign policy is based on trilogy of new development, survival and dignity and self-definition, new style.
Muscat: A Chinese national in Oman, Kim Jin, is on the lookout for two women who helped and comforted his father--who met with an accident on March 14 -- until the ambulance arrived.
LAHORE -- Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif has congratulated president of China Xi Jin Ping for being elected again in lieu of his second tenure.