JITA


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AcronymDefinition
JITAJust in Time Activation
JITAJapan Industrial Technology Association (est. 1969)
JITAJesus Is The Answer
JITAJapan Investment Trusts Association (est. 1957)
JITAJournal of Information Technology and Applications (Taiwan)
JITAJapan Information Technology Innovation Association
JITAJust-in-Time Accounting
JITAInformation science classification schema developed by (J)ose Manuel Barrueco Cruz, (I)mma Subirats Coll, (T)homas Krichel and (A)ntonella De Robbio
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(17) See, for example, the works of Tonya Krouse, Tuzyline Jita Allan, Eileen Barrett, Theresa de Lauretis, Jeremy Tambling, and Judith Roof, "The Match in the Crocus." I owe my reading of the kiss as a moment of lesbian eros to these critics' various discussions of the subversive sexual politics of the novel.
Allan, Tuzyline Jita (1995), "The Middle Ground: Determinism in a Changing World," Womanist and Feminist Aesthetics: A Comparative Review.
Finally, Walker's final definition of womanism, "womanist is to feminist as purple is to lavender," creates a number of debates among those who are interested in the term "womanist." While for others, such as Tuzyline Jita Allan, "this metaphor is intended as a visual illustration of the ideological gap between womanism and feminism," (Allan, 2000: 136) the metaphor itself is yet another indication of the overlapping of the two terms with each other.
Jita Patel was keeping warm near to the giant bonfire with his four-year-old daughter Mia.
In their study of the influence of leadership on reforming inquiry-based science education in 13 Chicago elementary schools, Spillane, Diamond, Walker, Halverson, & Jita (2001) indicated that the leadership team consisted of the principal, the science coordinator, and the assistant to the coordinator.
jita 'show' is the only verb employing the postposition ra 'with' without following the "Theme-Instrument strategy"--it is the Theme that turns up as the object, the animate Goal as the adjunct, quite differently from the "Theme-Instrument" verbs introduced in Section 4.3.
Transliteration of the poem from its original Newari haya haya rama rama gathe maluma nepala saturi durajananan phutakalayo ava// // jhinte dola raje samadatayo jita vasa.
The seeds for this feminist project were sown in 1990, when Tuzyline Jita Allan approached Florence Howe, whose Feminist Press was about to publish Women Writing India: 600 BC to the Present, with the idea.
Jita Male?kova affirms that Czech women experienced emancipation differently from other countries in "The Emancipation of Women for the Benefit of the Nation: The Czech Women's Movement." Seeing themselves as co-sufferers with men under Austrian rule, the women's movement did not position itself in opposition to the privileges of Czech men.
Cart owner Kit Tangtrong- jita, a native of Thailand, invented the sandwich after eating and cooking his way through the culinary melting pots of Hawaii and San Francisco.