JUSS

AcronymDefinition
JUSSJoint Undersea Superiority
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Mr Juss said: "Grant tried to explain away his trip to Cornwall as an innocent trip to the seaside, but analysis of his movements showed he never went near a beach."
Det Con Juss said although they had no way of knowing how many of the 40 or so remaining guns were still on the streets, they were confident the supply chain had been disrupted.
Juss has been considered, a species that belongs to the Meliaceae family and that is highly adaptable in tropical and subtropical regions (7), as a potential for poultry feed, by considering that the seeds contain considerable amounts of unsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids and proteins.
The following species were used to study the chemical composition on the black soil: Stipa pennata L., Inula hirta L., Galium ruthenicum Willd., Fragaria viridis (Duch.) Weston, Genista tinctoria (L.) Maxim., on the meadow solonetz--Filipendula ulmaria Juss, Artemisia pontica L., Festuca sulcata (Hack.) Nym., Artemisia nitrosa Web., Plantago cornuti Gouan, Galatella biflora (L.) Nees.
Juss., Meliaceae) with strong insecticidal properties is an alternative to synthetic insecticides to control A.
The crowd chanted "Don't hit her, juss kiss her" while marching down Independence Avenue.