TJT

AcronymDefinition
TJTThe Jewish Theatre (San Francisco, CA)
TJTThe Juliana Theory (band)
TJTToronto Journal of Theology (University of Toronto; Canada)
TJTTiger Jakarta Timur (motorcycle club; Indonesia)
TJTTooling Job Ticket
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TJT was found lacking systemic pharmacomechanism, a problem with the application.
Publisher TJT Designs will print and distribute the book, which will be available on shelves in bookstores as well as online.
More than half of TJT's funding had evaporated in the recession.
Kling said, 'This is a truly exciting time for all of us at TJT The design and construction of our new plant was a collaborative effort between management and staff.
LIVERPOOL-BASED Thin Joint Technology (TJT) has launched a sustainable house build package, comprising the complete core shell of a home, designed to meet "Passive House" standards.
- Helena Morris, 29, of Keyston Road, Fairwater, pleaded guilty to the offence of driving a car, a Nissan Vanette registration number N787 TJT, while disqualified and without a licence.
Lambers AC, Koppeschaar HPF, van Isselt JW, Slob W, Schothorst RC, Mensinga TjT, et al.
Gilleland admitted to embezzling the money from TJT Enterprises and its owner, Tommy Thompson, from 2010 to 2017 by wire transfers, writing checks, and paying credit card charges, all for her personal benefit.
TJT Inc (Pink Sheets:AXLE), a supplier of manufactured housing axles, tyres and set-up supplies, on Friday named director Larry E Kling as president and CEO with the resignation of Shawn CJ Kling from the same posts as of 24 August 2012.
TJT Inc (Pink Sheets:AXLE) supplier of axles, tires and set-up supplies to the manufactured housing industry, on Friday reported for the second quarter of fiscal year 2012 a net loss of USD286,000 or USD0.06 per diluted share, marginally lower than the net loss of USD296,000 or USD0.07 per diluted share for the same quarter a last year.
And a clothing factory in Mayo has also been affected with 100 workers at the TJT factory in Kiltimagh being temporarily laid off.