WJR


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WJRWorld Junior Record (sports record)
WJRWorld Jewish Relief (UK)
WJRWashington Journalism Review (now American Journalism Review)
WJRWisconsin Junior Racing (skiing)
WJRWoodcock Johnson-Revised
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Finateri has been with Cumulus since 2006, when he became WJR's NSM.
The 37-year-old, who runs WJR with co-director Richard Hardy, said: "We were moving to another site in Sunderland and when we tried to leave our old business premises, I had a [pounds sterling]2,000 bill sent through.
The other measurement is called wrong jumping ratio (WJR).
The previous study found correlations between the UNIT FSIQ and WJR math achievement to be .55, yet the current study found a higher correlation of .64.
A discontinuous incremental walk-jog-run (WJR) protocol, over 20 m, was developed after considering intermittent activity patterns witnessed in athletic performance (Carling et al., 2009) and adapting other recognised field based protocols (Brown and Wise, 2007; Ledger et al., 1988; Ramsbottom et al., 1988).
Whorf, a broadcaster, producer, and writer, draws on about 70 taped interviews he recorded for a radio series at WJR in Detroit in the mid-1970s for this volume profiling 39 composers of popular song.
"We're always chasing the dropping knife, fixing something here and losing revenue somewhere else." Asked by Detroit radio station WJR if the emergency manager law hands power over to a "dictator," Schimmel sighed, "I guess I'm the tyrant in Pontiac, then, if that's the way it is."
While in Detroit, Heiden participated in a variety of musical activities including teaching at the Art Center Music School; presenting harpsichord, piano, and chamber music recitals; supplying incidental music for theatrical productions at Wayne State University; serving as staff arranger for the local radio station WJR; and organizing and conducting the very successful Detroit Chamber Orchestra, which consisted mainly of musicians from the disbanded Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
CIRCUS STAR: DJ Scott Lewis Picture: WJR PHOTOGRAPHY
(4.) Gates WJr. et al., Family planning and the millennium development goals.