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NJNew Jersey (US postal abbreviation)
NJNice Job
NJNational Jewish (Medical & Research Center)
NJNo Joke
NJNick Jonas (of Jonas Brothers)
NJNew Jack (pro wrestler)
NJNeighbor-Joining
NJNorma Jean
NJNorsk Journalistlag (Norway)
NJNot Joking
NJNasojejunal (feeding tube)
NJNidec Corporation (Japan)
NJNorges Juristforbund (Norway)
NJNot Judgeable (skydiving competitions)
NJOccupation Postage Due (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
NJNapierville Junction Railway Company
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"We hope and expect that the manufacturers will get some satisfaction from the fact that new Jack Cooper will be a much more financially stable company going forward and be better able to provide good service with new equipment in the years to come," the Q&A said.
Jack's area manager, Kate Forth, said: "We are delighted to be opening this new Jack's store here in Walton.
Kate Forth, Jack's area manager, said: "We are delighted to be opening this new Jack's store here in Walton.
The new Jack 'n Jill Dewberry Blueberry Cheesecake and its other classic variants, Strawberries 'n Cream and Blueberries 'n Cream, are available at all leading groceries and supermarkets nationwide.
Director X's (Julien Christian Lutz) picture struts in the shadow of superior crime thrillers, like New Jack City.
Riley, 51, spearheaded the New Jack Swing era in music in the '80s and '90s, bringing on a new and hitmaking sound that dominated radio and the charts.
The new Jack's stores, named after Tesco founder Jack Cohen, have been opened to appeal to customers who would usually shop at rival bargain shops Aldi and Lidl.
Milk on the shelves as Tesco unveils its new Jack's concept, at their site in Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, which will take on German discounters Aldi and Lidl
The new Jack's stores will be hard to distinguish from their German rivals.
MATTEO GUENDOUZI is Arsenal's new Jack Wilshere and destined for big things, according to Ray Parlour He has been impressed with the 19-year-old youngster (left) signed from French side Lorient for a bargain PS7million.