KJHKings Junior High (Kings Mills, OH)
KJHKirkland Junior High (Washington)
KJHKatholische Jugend Hamburg (German: Catholic Youth Hamburg; Hamburg, Germany)
KJHKirby Junior High
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Margaret Franklin, a KJH representative, said the firm does not expect the MMC board to approve its request without outside pressure.
(KJH, KJO, KJS, KNI, KNJ) 7 caves or Green Burial caves Used into 20th shelters with 1990:408, 418, with cooking century burials, near 419; Guise pots Biring Village, 1985; May and Onga CD, Tuckson Kaiapit, (KAJ, 1982:22, 136-7 KAK, KAL, KAP, KAR, KNB, KNC) Carambazad, Specht & Open site, pots 'Style A' near Waritsian, Holzknecht as grave goods pottery.
(25.) Pointon JJ, Wallace D, Merryweather-Clarke AT, Robson KJH. Uncommon mutations and polymorphisms in the hemochromatosis gene.
[6.] Merryweather-Clark AT, Liu Y, Shearman JD, Pointon JJ, Robson KJH. A rapid non-invasive method for the detection of the haemochromatosis C282Y mutation.
KJH Communications Penny Luck 3241 Teton Drive Atlanta, GA 30339 Phone: 404-432-0625, Fax: 404-432-2711
Business television is a term coined in the mid 1980s by Kathleen Hansell, president of KJH Communications, to describe private systems that transmit programs almost exclusively by satellite.
KJH and TW made substantial contribution to conceptualisation and design of the article.
The venue will also be altered for the away tie with the Lasnamae KJH Stadium having a capacity of just 500.
(22.) Pointon JJ, Shearman JD, Merryweather-Clarke AT, Robson KJH. A single nucleotide deletion in the putative haemochromatosis gene in a patient who is negative for the C282Y and H63D mutations.