PJ

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AcronymDefinition
PJPajama(s)
PJPara-Jumper/Pararescueman
PJPetaling Jaya (Selangor, Malaysia)
PJPolly Jean Harvey (singer)
PJPearl Jam (band)
PJPartido Justicialista (Argentina)
PJPeter Jackson (Lord of the Rings director)
PJPeach John (Japan)
PJPrivate Jet
PJPapa John's (Pizza)
PJPineapple Juice
PJPastoral Juvenil (Spanish: Youth Ministry)
PJPort Jervis (New York, USA)
PJPolice Jurisdiction
PJPersonal Jesus
PJPerpetuum Jazzile (Slovenian choir)
PJPersonal Jurisdiction (Law)
PJPrinceton Junction (train station)
PJPolice Judiciaire (France)
PJPolícia Judiciária (Portugal)
PJPomegranate Juice
PJPlain Jane
PJPararescue Jumper
PJPigeon John (singer)
PJPear Juice
PJPeriodic Jitter
PJPractical Joke
PJPresiding Judge (courts)
PJPurple Jesus (drink)
PJPhoto-Journalist (USAF)
PJPersonal Joke (Internet slang)
PJPicojoule
PJPuddle Jumper
PJPièce Jointe (French :Email attachment)
PJProject Justice (video game)
PJPeta-Joule (10^15 Joules)
PJPump Jack (oilfield equipment)
PJPassive Jamming
PJParty Juice (alcoholic beverage)
PJProcess Job (SEMI Carrier Management term)
PJPoor Joke
PJPurchase Journal
PJPaintball Junkies
PJPrunus Japonica
PJPrecessing Jet (nozzle)
PJProvincia Jujuy (Argentina province, airline code)
PJPulse Jitter
PJProcurement Justification
PJPile Jump (gaming)
References in periodicals archive ?
As such you reviewed the January and February 2002 purchase journals and cash disbursement journals for a proper accounts payable cut-off.
Because this is a direct posting system, invoices entered in the purchase journal are available for payment immediately.
The educated minority and those having access to the internet can read research papers online and can purchase journals carrying these research studies.
In signing the petition, the authors were saying that they simply would not publish in, sit on editorial boards for, or purchase journals that did not comply with their demand for a free, openly accessible literature.
(Taxpayers under audit may submit an application directly to an examiner.) In general, the application requests information about the quality and availability of an applicant's source documents (e.g., chart of accounts, Federal and state returns, sales and purchase journals), compliance history, staffing and other resources.