KCJKenya Ceramic Jiko (Kenya)
KCJKing County Journal (Washington)
KCJKing Craig James (record label)
KCJKanu Club Jugenddorf (German: Canoe Club Youth Village)
KCJKeymens Club of Japan
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One success case is the Kenya Ceramic Jiko (KCJ) adopted by about 85% of urban charcoal users in Kenya, which could partly be attributed to the fact that it was designed and produced locally by artisans (GIZ, 2014).
KCJ officials present in court claimed that the three men were not let go 'because of their involvement in some other case.'
Reservists who receive the highest scores are encouraged to apply for KCJ and KS assignments, developmental education in-residence, and professional development opportunities.
GARN is currently working with rural women group on the fabrication of the jiko's inner ceramic lining and production of KCJ. The fabrication process for the ceramic lining is similar to the clay-pot one and, are undertaken under the same programme.
Krishnamurti GSR, Huang PM, Van Rees KCJ, Kozak LM, Rostad HPW (1995) A new test method for the determination of plant-available cadmium in soils.
The car used by the robbers, registration number KCJ 642R, was found abandoned on Wote-Kako murram road.
Krishnamurti GSR, Huang PM, Van Rees KCJ (1997) Kinetics of cadmium release from soils as influenced by organic: implications in cadmium availability.
Van Rees KCJ, Comerford NB, Rao PS (1990) Defining soil buffer power: implications for ion diffusion and nutrient uptake modelling.
Van Rees KCJ, Comerford NB (1986) Vertical root distribution and strontium uptake of a slash pine stand on a Florida Spodosol.
Cieslinski G, Van Rees KCJ, Szmigielska AM, Krishnamurti GSR, Huang PM (1998) Low-molecular-weight organic acids in rhizosphere soils of durum wheat and their effect on cadmium bioaccumulation.