JBC

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AcronymDefinition
JBCJournal of Biological Chemistry
JBCJerusalem Baptist Church (various locations)
JBCJoint Budget Committee
JBCJapan Boxing Commission (est. 1952)
JBCJohn Buck Company (Chicago, IL)
JBCJohnson Bible College (Knoxville, TN)
JBCJapan Bowling Congress (sanctioning body)
JBCJournal of Biblical Counseling
JBCJapan Barista Championship
JBCJoint Business Council
JBCJournal of Business Communication
JBCJapan Bio Community
JBCJoint Battle Command
JBCJoint Bilateral Commission (various locations)
JBCJerome Biblical Commentary
JBCJudaism by Choice (religion)
JBCJoint C4ISR Battle Center
JBCJackson Baptist Church
JBCJournal of Biocommunication
JBCJazz Butcher Conspiracy (band)
JBCJoint Battle Center
JBCBoston City Heliport (airport code, MA)
JBCJunior Bacon Cheeseburger (Wendys)
JBCJena Band of Choctaw Indians (Jena, LA)
JBCJust Be Cool
JBCJapan Billiard Council
JBCJantzen Beach Center (Portland, OR)
JBCJaime Bateman Cayon Group (Colombia)
JBCJoensuu Bridge Club (Finland)
References in periodicals archive ?
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently awarded $95,000 to the Jena Band of Choctaw Indians in Jena, La.
"Jena Band of Choctaw Indians Brief Historical Summary." Jena Band of Choctaw Indians.
The mess started in 2002, when Abramoff's firm hired Reed to rally Religious Right leaders to oppose a new casino proposed by the Jena Band of Choctaw Indians in Louisiana.
In 2003, Cantor sent a letter with then-Majority Leader Tom DeLay, Majority Whip Roy Blunt and Speaker Dennis Hastert to Interior Department Secretary Gail Norton urging her to oppose the Louisiana Jena band of Choctaw Indians' permit request to establish a casino.
A week after Hastert held a fundraiser at an Abramoff-owned restaurant, he wrote a letter with then-Majority Leader Tom DeLay, Majority Whip Roy Blunt and Chief Deputy Majority Whip Representative Eric Cantor to Interior Department Secretary Gale Norton urging her to reject a proposal for a new casino by the Jena Band of Choctaw Indians, which would have competed with casinos operated by the Louisiana Coushatta and Mississippi Choctaw, both Abramoff clients.
In 2002, Reed rallied Religious Right leaders to oppose a new casino proposed by the Jena Band of Choctaw Indians in Louisiana.