OJR

AcronymDefinition
OJROnline Journalism Review
OJROwen J Roberts School District (Pottstown, Pennsylvania)
OJROnline Journal Recht
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The OJR is the cornerstone of the kakawin literary tradition and of the entire project of poetic interchange between ancient South Asia and the Indonesian archipelago.
The "Opinion Join Rate" ("OJR") is a measure of how likely one Justice (J2) is to join in or dissent against a main opinion written by another Justice (J1).
"We are no longer couch potatoes absorbing whatever mass media many funnel our way," OJR senior editor J.D.
Douglas Sweet, for example, called it "the town's insane restaurant bylaw." Oakville Journal Record (hereafter OJR), 5 July 1978.
The man abandoned the bike, registration number N940 OJR, and fled.
The 13-year-old girl was crossing the road when she was struck by the black Honda 650, registration N940 OJR, which was stolen from Whitby on Thursday.
The New York Times Company spent $75 million in January 2002 for a 15% stake in the Boston Red Sox, not for love of the game, but for a foothold in cable television, according to an article in Online Journalism Review (OJR), published by the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication.
Four years ago, the Annenberg School of Communication at the University of Southern California launched the Online Journalism Review (OJR) to critique media ethics in cyberspace.
Barrie, 50 Springhill Ave, Crosshouse, Ayrshire KA2 OJR.