JMJ


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JMJJean Michel Jarre (musician)
JMJJournées Mondiales de la Jeunesse (French)
JMJJam Master Jay (rap artist)
JMJJornada Mundial de la Juventud
JMJJuntendo Medical Journal (Juntendo University; Japan)
JMJJesus-Mary-Joseph
JMJJewish Morning Journal
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The project sponsor, JMJ Development and its partners, led by principal Tim Barton, has executed a wide range of mid-rise and high-rise residential projects throughout Texas, California, Florida, and Massachusetts over the last 20 plus years.
In 2008 historians Anneke Driessen and Gerard van de Ven were commissioned by the Netherlands Province of the congregation of Sisters of JMJ (Jezus, Maria, Jozef) to write the history of JMJ from the establishment of its direct predecessor in 1822 until the division of JMJ in 1962 in three separate provinces: the Netherlands, Indonesia, and India.
JMJ Development and YOO are planning to build multiple projects in North and South America.
QBWA members with officials of JMJ Associates after a recent workshop.
Subcontractors Bennett Environmental Inc., JMJ Environmental Inc.
Wyndham Hotel Group, which has a license agreement to franchise the Planet Hollywood brand, has signed a franchise agreement for the hotel with Indian conglomerate JMJ.
The company added it has paid all convertible notes due to Asher Enterprises and LG Capital Funding and a portion of the notes due to Gel Properties and JMJ Capital.
The pope's messages in these two events were a synthesis of the Rio JMJ call to God's mission: "Go and make disciples of all nations."
Partindo do empirico, a guisa de exemplificacao, a JMJ Rio 2013--Jornada Mundial da Juventude--evento de cunho religioso turistico internacional realizado na cidade do Rio de Janeiro, permite-nos refletir a respeito das interfaces entre geografia, turismo, religiao e relacoes internacionais.
He was taken under the wing of the late, great Jam Master Jay (JMJ).