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JAMSJudicial Arbitration and Mediation Services, Inc. (retired judges and attorneys involved in conflict resolution)
JAMSJustified Ancients of Mu Mu (band, see JAMMs)
JAMSJava Application Management System
JAMSJava Mail Server
JAMSJapanese Association of Medical Sciences (est. 1902)
JAMSJapan Association of Mineralogical Sciences (Tohoku University; Sendai, Japan)
JAMSJournal of the American Musicological Society
JAMSJournal of the American Mathematical Society
JAMSJapanese Association of Mathematical Sciences
JAMSJohn Adams Middle School (USA)
JAMSJapanese Association for Mongolian Studies
JAMSJob Access & Management System (batch job scheduling system)
JAMSJesus for All Minds
JAMSJoint Adjudication Management System (US Navy)
JAMSJapanese Animation and Manga Society (University of Lethbridge)
JAMSJINTACCS Automated Message System
JAMSJapanese Management Society
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For a second he felt that he was sharing the feeling of Agafea Mihalovna, vexation at their making jam without water, and altogether at the outside Shtcherbatsky element.
"Well, Agafea Mihalovna, is the jam done?" said Levin, smiling to Agafea Mihalovna, and trying to cheer her up.
"Do it, please, by my receipt," said the princess; "put some paper over the jam, and moisten it with a little rum, and without even ice, it will never go mildewy."
THEN the mouse came out of her jam pot, and Benjamin took the paper bag off his head, and they told the doleful tale.
"I wonder when I'll get jam turnovers like this again," said the Story Girl, trying to be gay but not making much of a success of it.
He put his leg into the jam, and he worried the teaspoons, and he pretended that the lemons were rats, and got into the hamper and killed three of them before Harris could land him with the frying-pan.
And look at Charles Second, and Louis Fourteen, and Louis Fifteen, and James Second, and Edward Second, and Richard Third, and forty more; besides all them Saxon heptarchies that used to rip around so in old times and raise Cain.
He complimented their improvement to her contentment; and as they were without any disguise of jam or other stain, she trembled all the while and was miserably frightened lest at any moment he--
Let me wipe off that strawberry jam over your mouth."
There was no jam there as a matter of fact, but the guilty Minnie's handkerchief went to her crimson face in a flash.
'It MUST come sometimes to "jam to-day,"' Alice objected.
'It's jam every OTHER day: to-day isn't any OTHER day, you know.'