WRJWhite River Junction (Amtrak station code; White River Junction, VT)
WRJWhite River Junction
WRJWomen of Reform Judaism (Union of American Hebrew Congregations)
WRJWorld Runners Japan
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The Maharajas' Express, the Palace on Wheels, the Royal Rajasthan on Wheels, the Deccan Odyssey and the Golden Chariot all have WRJ as their GSA.
The first part, entitled "'We're Building Judaism': WRJ and Religion," contains five essays that, taken as a whole, trace the historical roots, early leaders, and more recent contributions of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods (NFTS), renamed WRJ in 1993.
Hughey supports his argument by unpacking several similarities underlying the claims of members of both the WRJ and NEA including the propensity to claim "white victimhood" (chapter 5), to take a paternalistic attitude towards racial minorities (chapter 6), to cite a desire to appropriate "nonwhiteness" (chapter 7) and, finally, to trivialize know ledge that is coded as "nonwhite" and deemed confusing or inaccessible to "whites" (chapter 8).
As one of the 11 sites in the study, this research confirmed many years of clinical experience at the White River Junction VA (WRJ), which had previously experimented with a number of different approaches in primary care.
Dean WRJ, Milton SJ, Jeltsch F (1999) Large trees, fertile islands and birds in arid savanna.
One of us (WRJ) located UN data that addresses this expectation: between 1995 and 1997, Poland's PTB rate dropped by 41.8%, (4) maternal mortality decreased 41.4%, (3) and infant mortality was down by 25.0%.
Orange County's socioeconomically disadvantaged communities are lacking vital technology infrastructure, which could spell disaster for the county's underserved communities if not acted upon, according to the just-completed study by California-based WRJ Group Inc., in conjunction with Claremont Graduate University, the Center for a New Orange County and the Orange County Business Council, and funded by the U.S.
Louis Hadassah Nurses Council; President of Congregation Shaare Emeth Sisterhood (WRJ); and President of District #20, National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods (WRJ)-a seven state district.