NJBNew Jerusalem Bible
NJBNational Junior Basketball
NJBNomad Jukebox
NJBNice Jewish Boy
NJBNew Jersey Bell (telecommunications; Newark, NJ)
NJBNordic Journal of Botany
NJBNew Jersey Barrier (roads)
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(3) Scripture quotations are taken from several translations, which are identified as follows: Douay-Rheims (DR), The New Jerusalem Bible (NJB), and The New Revised Standard Version (NRSV).
Rough estimates available with NJB suggest that consumption of the fabric moved up by 10% a year on an average since 2010.
According to NJB officials, the Indian Jute sector, comprising jute mills and a large number of small units is the world's largest and biggest producer of raw jute and jute goods.
And God relented about the disaster which he had threatened to bring on them, and did not bring it" (Jonah 3:10, NJB).
[12.] Dambre NJB Effect of Different processing Methods on [beta]-carotene Concentration in Processed sweet potato Chips.
(2.) Cuamba NJB. The bionomics, population structure and the role of malaria transmission of vectors in Mozambique and Angola.
I will inflict terror on you, consumption and fever that waste the eyes away and exhaust the breath of life" (Lev 26:14, 16 NJB).