NLJ


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NLJNational Law Journal
NLJNational Library of Jamaica (Kingston, Jamaica)
NLJNYK Logistics Japan
NLJNational Liberty Journal
NLJNew Life Journal (est. 1999)
NLJNested Loop Join
NLJNevada Law Journal (William S. Boyd School of Law; University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
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5 William Gibson, Mediate-or pay the price, New Law Journal, 157 NLJ 166.
Li, "Fractional system identification based on improved NLJ algorithm", 24th Chinese Control and Decision Conf.
"While law school applications are on the upswing, LSAC is eager to partner with our member schools to provide greater flexibility and creativity in admissions while ensuring fairness, access and transparency for all candidates," she said, according to the NLJ.
Northern La Jolla is regularly used by squid for spawning, and NLJ is where the biological study of market squid embryo beds first began (McGowan 1954, Okutani & McGowan 1969).
The Nlj production process is possible as[gamma] [right arrow] WW vertex is present which will make the production cross section for Nlj higher in comparison to that of N[nu]j where [gamma] [right arrow] ZZ vertex is not present under the SM gauge group.
From our report at NLJ: "The American Bankers Association and Consumer Bankers Association disputed the notion that deferred interest products confuse consumers.
Writing in the National Law Journal (NLJ) on February 11, Robert Levy offers some perspective, pointing out that to ban popular semi-automatic rifles just because they are equipped with a pistol grip "or some other attachment that has no effect on their lethality, makes no sense whatsoever.
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With more than 300 attorneys and staff, Wilson Elser's White Plains office is Westchester's largest law firm, ationally, the firm is one of the country's largest law firms, ranking 43 on the National Law Journal's NLJ 250.
Squire Sanders will be among the top 25 legal practices based on The American Lawyer's 2010 Global 100 and among the 15 largest US-based legal practices based on The National Law Journal's NLJ 250.
(38) "Gay rights ruling gets test in military," NLJ, vol.
For these and other reasons detailed in my first mushroom article in the May 2009 issue of NLJ, Paul Stamets, the major pioneer in the English language of the use of mushrooms to heal damaged ecosystems, Began comparing the effects that fungi have in forests to the effects they have in human bodies.