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JOLTJournal of Law & Technology (Harvard)
JOLTJournal of Online Learning and Teaching (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching)
JOLTJava Open Language Toolkit (computer dictionary)
JOLTJava OnLine Transactions
JOLTJoint Office for Logistics Technology
JOLTJMCIS Online Library Tutorial/Training
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Altix UV with Jolt now allows shared memory to scale-up to the processor and memory sizes of scale-out clusters.
During jolt people were busy in routine business and it was time for schools' closing when frightened minors and weeping students started running out of their classes.
The Jolt Product Excellence Awards recognize the most innovative, trend-making, ahead-of-the-curve products.
An old lady offering prayers told that during jolt heavy sounds were heard.
AFI has the fortune of two cleaning rooms, one that handles the jolt squeezers and older automatic line and the other in the new automatic cell.
For the last 13 quakes, the interval between jolts averaged 590 years, with the shortest span measuring roughly 435 years.
GameStop provides Jolt with a great opportunity to expand its reach and influence in the digital gaming space with immediate access to millions of customers a year," Collins said.
Seismologists were especially pleased that no large quakes occurred soon after the Bolivian jolt, because that would have drowned out interesting overtones.
R], the leader in Agile application lifecycle management (ALM), today announced it has been awarded its fourth consecutive Jolt award.
Under JOLT - Juvenile Offenders Learning Tolerance - minors who engage in hate crimes will be evaluated for prosecution or referral for counseling and education programs.
While three jolt squeeze machines were in operation, absenteeism was a problem at the union shop, and most of the time two molders a day were out.
But the accelerations recored at the surface were typical of a jolt with a magnitude greater than 7, according to Mansour Niazi, a seismologist at Berkeley (Calif.