JPR


Also found in: Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
JPRJon Peddie Research (California)
JPRJapan Prime Realty Investment Corporation (Japan)
JPRJ Public Relations (San Diego, CA and New York, NY)
JPRInstitute for Jewish Policy Research (UK)
JPRJob Performance Requirement (firefighting)
JPRJapan Pallet Rental
JPRJournal of Proteome Research
JPRJournal of Psychosomatic Research
JPRJiJiTechnologies Password Reset (software)
JPRJournal of Pineal Research
JPRJumpgate Pirate Radio (Internet radio)
JPRJBuilder Project File (file extension)
JPRJournal of Plankton Research
JPRJoint Program Review
JPRJustice Performance Review (Justice Performance Review)
JPRJoint Progress Review
JPRJurong Point Realty (Singapore)
JPRJINTACCS Program Review
References in periodicals archive ?
rugby legend JPR Williams at a Christmas concert held in Cardiff in aid of the Leukaemia Research Fund.
Long before his illustrious 55-cap rugby union career for Wales, JPR was also a tennis player.
He said: "Hammers, going back to the old days, has a shade of JPR Williams in him.
"The highest compliment I can pay Liam Williams is that he sometimes reminds me of his namesake JPR," writes Bennett.
But the hard-asnails full-back was not renowned for his bedside manner and Phil Bennett recalls: "When JPR gave a jab, it was like he was treating a horse.
Noted for his aggressive attacking style with his long sideburns and socks around his ankles JPR was an iconic figure at full back in the legendary 1970s Wales rugby team that won three Triple Crowns in successive seasons and two Grand Slams.
COMMENT: The news is in line with JPR's drilling programme and we do not expect significant share impact for the time being, although successful drilling outcome may act as a stock catalyst.
Under the transaction, BioCryst also transferred to JPR the right to receive payments under a new Japanese yen/U.S.
JPR recounts how he nearly opted for the game of tennis (he was a former junior Wimbledon champion) ahead of rugby, and of the difficulties of fitting in the demands of the game alongside his medical studies, which resulted in him becoming a consultant orthopaedic surgeon.
Attendees will have an opportunity to learn about current and future JPR activities, and ask questions of JPR's staff and board of directors.
"We hold more broadcast licenses than any public radio entity in the country and cover more territory," says Executive Director Ron Kramer, an outspoken and visionary leader who sees JPR's role as "probing deeply into the political, social, economic and environmental issues that are common to the region we serve."
1-2, of Journal of Peace Research (JPR); and Volumes 74 and 75 of International Affairs (IA).