ODJ

AcronymDefinition
ODJOptical Disk Jukebox
ODJOrdre du Jour (French)
ODJOceanic Digital Jamaica (telecommunications company)
ODJOster Dow Jones (finance)
ODJOrganization Development Journal
ODJOnline Daily Journal (Lutheran Summer Music Academy & Festival; blog)
ODJOffice du Jour
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Philen ODJ, Lehr JR (1967) Reactions of ammonium polyphosphates with soil minerals.
Jones (ODJ, 1981): Before his untimely death, Kenneth Douglas had begun to revise Ormsby's 1885 translation.
Burton Raffel (1995, second edition, with expanded secondary material, 1999): Raffel's translation, whose second edition replaced the ODJ translation in the Norton Critical Edition series, is based upon Riquer's 1980 edition of the novel (Planeta).
DfEE Publications Centre, PO Box 5050, Annesley, Nottingham NG15 ODJ.Tel: 0845 60 222 60.
FOR more information: National Tourist Organisation of Greece, 4 Conduit Street, London W1R ODJ. Tel: 0171-734 5997.
The Greek Tourist Office is at 4 Conduit St., London W1R ODJ (0171 734 5997).
For details contact: National Tourist Organisation of Greece, 4 Conduit Street, London W1R ODJ. Tel 0171-734 5997.
The opening night featured jazz quartet the ODJ band, who perform classic jazz mixed with Bossa Nova, bebop and swing and hail from both France and the US.
Known as the Ormsby-Douglas-Jones translation (henceforth: ODJ), it was widely used until it was suddenly and--for some--unfortunately replaced by the Raffel translation.
In 1999 Raffel's translation replaced ODJ and became the "Norton Critical Edition," now edited by Diana de Armas Wilson.
FURTHER information: Greek Tourist Office, 4 Conduit St., London W1R ODJ (0171 734 5997).
After an intimate gathering at home a ceremony will take place at Llwydcoed Crematorium, Aberdare, CF44 ODJ on Thursday Dec 18, at 10.30am.