JILL


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JILLJefferson Institute for Lifelong Learning (est. 2001; now Osher Lifelong Learning Institute; University of Virginia; Charlottesville, VA)
JILLJournal of the Imagination in Language Learning (New Jersey City University)
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"JiLL leverages JLL's vast datasets about buildings, user interactions and transactions with physical spaces to provide a personalized and intelligent conversational interface that matches employees' consumer experiences.
Jill started fundraising from her laundry room for the PS4million needed.
"Jill's promotion sets in place a formal succession plan for the role of chief executive, which is a requirement of our accredited Chamber status.
The film-makers speak to Jill's brother Nigel and cousin Judith, as well as colleagues and friends Martyn Lewis, Jennie Bond and Tony Hall.
The pair grew up close to each other - Jill in Weston-super-Mare and Judith 13 miles away in Backwell, Somerset.
The former policeman says the discovery of the gunpowder residue - and it being the same type as that found on the gun Senior were what is casing and Jill's hair - was "one tiny element" of the case against Barry.
Hurry and grab the limited-edition Jack 'n Jill Piattos Spicy Seafood Aquaman packs in leading groceries and supermarkets nationwide.
The two sisters lived together in Los Angeles at the time of Wendy's death, three years before Jill's arrest.
Jill Ireland finally received her CDs in September 2015, pursuant to the Court of Appeal's June 2015 directive for the Home Ministry to return the discs.
Two of the men, Martin McCall and Christopher Byrne, dragged Jill upstairs and repeatedly raped her at knifepoint, before tying her up with a skipping-rope.
Jill is currently a student at Champlain College in Burlington, VT working on her Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare Administration.