JRI


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AcronymDefinition
JRIJapan Research Institute (consulting firm)
JRIJohn Ray Initiative
JRIJournaliste Reporter d'Images (French: Image Reporter Journaliste)
JRIJoint Replacement Institute
JRIJames Redford Institute for Transplant Awareness (Los Angeles, CA)
JRIJava Runtime Interface (Netscape)
JRIJury Research Institute
JRIJoint Receipt Inspection (India)
JRIJOTS-ROTHR Interface
JRIJoint Reliability Importance (computing)
JRIJob Related Injury
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Today's case involved a civil lawsuit filed in 2013 by KFH against JRI Resources for recovery of an outstanding amount of RM118,822,066.59 due to the Finance House for four Ijarah Facilities Agreements and one Murabahah Tawarruq Agreement entered between them in 2008 and 2009.
The JRI, which has several business groups under its wing, promotes 'judicial effectiveness as a foundation of economic progress.'
'The impeachment process, which ultimately gives the respondent full opportunity to be heard before the Senate as a trier of facts in its capacity as an impeachment court, is part and parcel of this bedrock of our democracy,' the JRI said in a statement.
Deirdre Hunter, vice president of JRI Developing Abilities, said that Westboro is an ideal location for Full Circle ARTS, because the town is very supportive of the arts and because many of JRI's clients are from the area.
JRI is a peer reviewed, open access and free of charge journal and its articles are indexed in PubMed/PMC, Scopus, Google Scholar and several other scholarly databases.
“By providing a recorded version, this allows everyone the opportunity to learn from this event and ensures no one is left behind,” said Petra Alluis, Director of Educational Development of JRI and the Host of “Bringing in 2013.”
The JRI ice core, taken in the Antarctic summer of 2008, contained in total about 50,000 years of climate history.
Paul Beaudry, director-technical services at agribusiness James Richardson International (JRI), decided to ensure this scenario never happens.
It's called the JRI, or Japanese Restaurant Index, and it's based on the number of new Japan-based restaurants in Honolulu.