Synonyms for jorj or Related words with jorj

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Examples of "jorj"
Georges Robin (1904–1928), also known as Jorj Robin, was a sculptor and designer from Nantes.
First appearing in "Fantastic Universe" magazine in 1958, this short story is notable for the introduction of the character Jorj X. McKie, saboteur extraordinaire.
On January 13, 2012 JoJo released a new remix version of "Disaster" featuring Jorj n Andy. Disaster (Remixes) was released on March 13, 2012 through Interscope, Blackground and Streamline Records. The maxi single is composed of five remix versions of the song. JoJo performed the Jorj N Andy Remix version of "Disaster" live during an appearance at Club Krave in Las Vegas on January 14, 2012.
When the Bureau of Sabotage got wind of the existence of Dosadi and sent "saboteur extraordinary" Jorj X. McKie to investigate, Jedrik snatched McKie before he could fall into the hands of Dosadi's nominal ruler Broey. The novel chronicles the way they became utterly joined in body, mind, and purpose.
Temporarily allied with Jedrik, Broey seizes the reins of power throughout the ConSentiency universe after the God Wall contract is cancelled. He is the only judge to survive the courtarena when the Dosadi affair comes to trial. In the end, however, he only succeeds in providing a single target for the "ministrations" of the Bureau of Sabotage under its new leader Jorj X. McKie.
In Romanian, the name "George" is a two-syllable name pronounced jor'je (written George), not a one-syllable name as in English jorj (written George). The name "Gheorghe" is also two-syllable, pronounced with hard g sounds: gior'ge, and with an added "i" (gior-) sound not found in jor'je.
"A Matter of Traces" was followed in 1964 by Herbert's short story "The Tactful Saboteur", in 1970 by his short novel "Whipping Star" and in 1977 by his full-length novel "The Dosadi Experiment". While none of these works are exactly sequels they take place in the same imaginary universe and share the character, Jorj X. McKie.
King George Street (, "Rehov ha-Melekh Jorj", "Shara'a al-Malik Jurj") is a street in central Jerusalem, Israel which joins Ben Yehuda Street and Jaffa Road to form the Downtown Triangle central business district. The street was named in honor of King George V on December 9, 1924.
"Whipping Star" was followed in 1977 by Herbert's "The Dosadi Experiment" and preceded by the short story "The Tactful Saboteur". While these stories are not exactly related to "Whipping Star", they take place in the same imaginary universe and have the same main character, Jorj X. McKie.
King George Street ( "Rehov ha-Melekh Jorj") is a street in Tel Aviv. The street extends from Masaryk Square in the north to Magen David Square in the south, where it meets with Allenby Street, the Carmel Market, Nahalat Binyamin Street, and Simta Plonit. The street is named for King George V of the United Kingdom who reigned during the British Mandate.
In "Whipping Star", Jorj X. McKie is a "saboteur extraordinary", a born troublemaker who has naturally become one of BuSab's best agents. As the novel opens, it is revealed that Calebans, who are beings visible to other sentient species as stars, have been disappearing one by one. Each disappearance is accompanied by millions of sentient deaths and instances of incurable insanity.
From 1901 to 1904, Ranetti edited the satirical paper "Zeflemeaua" ("Badinage"), for which he used Cyrano, Jorj Delamizil, and a set of other pen names—Cyr, Ghiță, Ghiță Delacoperativă, Peneș, Putifar, V. V. Rița, and Kiriac Napadarjan (or N'a pas d'argent). The paper also delved in investigative journalism, and its stated mission was to expose cases of corruption. Its editorial office published another one of Ranetti's books, presented as Dom Paladu's letters from Italy ("Scrisori din Italia").
The Bureau of Sabotage is a fictional government entity set in two of Frank Herbert's science fiction novels, "Whipping Star" and "The Dosadi Experiment", and first introduced in his 1964 short story "The Tactful Saboteur". It is colloquially known as BuSab. Jorj X. McKie, the protagonist of all the works listed below, is a "saboteur extraordinary" first appeared in the story "A Matter of Traces" in 1958.
Jorj X. McKie is the leading "saboteur extraordinary" in the Bureau of Sabotage (BuSab), an organization found in the Dosadi experiment as well as two earlier short stories. He is described as a squat and ugly man of Pacific Islander ancestry, with green eyes and a shock of red hair. The Gowachin say they feel their bones age in his presence, because when he smiles, he bears a remarkable resemblance to their "Frog god", the nearly-divine Lawgiver, Mrreg.
Georges (Jord or Jorj in Breton) Cochevelou was born on May 16, 1889 in the rue Vercingétorix (Vercingétorix Street) of the 14th arrondissement of Paris. His father was a native of Nouec Vihan in Gourin, and his mother of Pontivy. Georges was baptised in Vannetais territory in the south of Brittany, after which his family moved away from Paris. He was raised for some years by his maternal grandmother in Moustoir-Ac, and lived in Morbihan until he was thirty years old.
Although there is not explicit reference to the Bureau of Sabotage in this story, Jorj X. McKie appears for the first time in his capacity as "saboteur extraordinary". In an effort to keep the meeting from going on too long McKie sabotaged Secretary Hablar’s projector and arranged to have the Assistant Secretary for Cultural Affairs sent to another meeting so that he would be unable to testify.
Jorj X. McKie is a "Saboteur Extraordinary", one of the principals of the Bureau of Sabotage, and the only human admitted to practice law before the Gowachin bar as a "legum" (lawyer). While meditating in a park in BuSab headquarters McKie is mentally contacted by the Caleban Fannie Mae, a female member of a species of unparalleled power from another dimension whose visible manifestation in this universe is the star Thyone in the Pleiades cluster.
In "Ambush at Corellia", during the outbreak of the First Corellian Insurrection, C-3PO and Chewbacca retrieve Jaina, Jacen, and Anakin from the burning Corona House. In "Showdown at Centerpoint", Threepio accompanies Luke, Gaeriel Captison, Belindi Kalenda, and Lando Calrissian to Centerpoint Station, and alerts them to the fact that the temperature inside Hollowtown is increasing to dangerously high levels. In "Vision of the Future", C-3PO participates in Talon Karrde's expedition to the Kathol Sector to find Jorj Car'das, serving as a translator.
Senior Liator Keila Jedrik starts a war that will change Dosadi forever. Jorj travels to Dosadi and escapes with Keila after engaging in ego sharing. This gives them the ability to swap bodies and thus by using a hole in the contract sealing Dosadi they can escape via jump gate. Once free, by legal manoeuvring the Dosadi population is unleashed upon the ConSentiency for good or ill, whilst the people who set the project in motion try to deal with the consequences, having sent McKie there hoping a solution more in their interest could be found.
A born troublemaker, Jorj McKie finds BuSab to be a natural outlet for his tendencies. But McKie's success as a BuSab agent is really the result of a formidable intelligence and an exquisite sensitivity to the traditions of other races combined with the ability to adapt to "any" circumstances. Sent by the agency to Dosadi as their "best", he was like an infant in swaddling clothes in comparison to a people honed by fifteen generations of violence. However, in less than a single week Keila Jedrik appraised him as "more Dosadi than Dosadi."