YJS

AcronymDefinition
YJSYouth Justice System (UK)
YJSYale Judaica Series (Yale University; New Haven, CT)
YJSYemeni Journalists Syndicate (Yemen)
YJSYork Japan Society (UK)
YJSYale Journal of Sociology
YJSYateley Junior Singers (UK)
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The result shows that the slip along the southwestern BCF is near the initial rupture point and encompassing the area between YX and LMS (asperity [A.sub.2-2]), YJS and GC (asperity [A.sub.2-1]), and the area under the LMS (asperity [A.sub.1]).
"YJS strongly condemns this unconstitutional and extralegal sentence that … brought Yemen back to a totalitarian and despotic era, and caused terror and fear among journalists," the organisation said in a statement sent to Reuters.
The YJS supports young people and their families with the aim of preventing anti-social behaviour, offending and re-offending.
"We had significant concerns about the lack of attention to the management of risk of harm and poor information exchange regarding safeguarding from some local children's homes to the YJS.
Braude, The Midrash on Psalms II, New Haven 1959 (YJS 13), p.
The applicant is Steve Fosler of Fosler Portland Architecture, and the owners are Knockout Investments LLC and YJS Management Co., both of Las Vegas.<br /> Early assistance is sought for construction of a new 11-story Hyatt Place hotel at 350 N.W.
A spokeswoman has now confirmed a 13-year-old boy was interviewed by officers and has been referred to the Youth Justice Service (YJS).
Al Mukalla, Yemen: Attacks by Al Houthis on journalists who oppose their rule have reached an "unprecedented" scale, forcing many to flee Al Houthi-controlled cities in northern Yemen, a senior member of the Yemen Journalists Syndicate (YJS) told Gulf News.
We stand by our affiliate in the country and by the journalists' community as a whole in these difficult days and advocate for the immediate release of the colleagues who remain behind bars." The IFJ statement followed the launch by Yemen Journalists' Syndicate (YJS), in Sanaa today a report on press freedom violations in the country during the first half of 2015.