Synonyms for nji or Related words with nji

cji              zik              kji              anj              hji              xjk              hij              ykj              xik              qkj              fik              kij              hjh              fijk              xji              wji              xijk              yjk              yijk              ykn              zjt              akj              sijk              minj              vji              qjl              xim              eji              xmj              lij              ljk              wkj              dkj              kjn              yjt              rnj              xjn              wjk              qji              pjk              fkj              ikj              weightj              argmaxj              xnj              gji              xit              rji              tji              jkk             

Examples of "nji"
(S/NJI-332) "No magic bullet for FMD prevention: Minister denies preventive killing",
Russell Brown is married to former Stanford University women's volleyball player, Nji Nnamani, the younger sister of Ogonna Nnamani.
At the end of 1960 Wabash operated 2,423 miles of road on 4,311 miles of track, not including Ann Arbor and NJI&I; that year it reported 6,407 million net ton-miles of revenue freight and 164 million passenger-miles.
NS operates locals to customers along the former NYC Kankakee Belt Line and NJI&I from the office along the Kankakee Belt beneath the overpass at Sample and Olive Streets in South Bend. Customers include Steel Warehouse (steel coils) and an Ethanol plant (corn) as well as a scrap yard. Were the former PRR Vandalia line to be active still (tracks remain) this local would service those customers too. The PRR Vandalia line is remaining from a connection with NJI&I down to Eckman Street, site of former Sibley Foundry. The spur to Sibley is no longer.
NJI&I is unique in having most of the main line torn up but many significant structures remaining. The headquarters at 1508 W. Western Avenue in South Bend still stands and is used as a daycare. The two stall roundhouse remains on Olive Street and is easily accessible for pictures, although trespassing is discouraged. The former Singer plant is no longer connected by rail but is still standing as a senior citizen's home on Western Avenue. This plant was the main reason for creation of NJI&I.
Besides the newspaper, CERUT has Eden radio FM 98.1, Limbe, Sunday Eden, and Eden eXtra Magazine. Some of Eden's reporters include Ntungwe Elias Ngalame and Ndi Eugine Ndi (Yaounde Bureau), Ayang Macdonald Okumb (Buea Bureau), Ignatius Nji and Philo Happi (Bamenda Bureau), Jude Njinjuh (Kumba Bureau), Kowac Kum Kemayo Bandolo (Roving Reporter) as well as Solomon Tembang, the Desk Editor.
The EARN "store-and-forward" system was originally based on IBM's technology and used the Remote Spooling Communications Subsystem (RSCS) and NJE/NJI protocols on the IBM Virtual Machine (VM) mainframe operating systems, and JES2 (and later JES3, Job Entry Subsystem) on IBM MVS mainframe operating systems.
"Kenge, Albanian Piano Music, Vol. 1," Kirsten Johnson, piano, Guild GMCD 7257; includes Harapi's "Romance in A-flat, Valle: andante con moto, Nji dhimb je e vogel (A Little Pain), Valle: allegro vivo, Romance in A minor, Moll 'e kuqe top sheqere (A Candied Apple), Waltz on a Popular Theme".
In 2008, Police Chief William Bratton at the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) began working with the acting directors of the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and the National Institute of Justice (NJI) to explore the concept of predictive policing in crime prevention.
NJI&I was a steam railroad until the late 1940s. The line was dieselized with an Alco S1 and a competing EMD switcher, an NW2 Number 2 (ex-Indiana Northern RR), that currently is stored in Ohio. Currently operations are handled by standard Norfolk Southern EMD geeps typical to Class I local power system-wide.
The NJI&I was originally created by the Singer Sewing Machine Company in order to transport their products from South Bend, IN, to a connection with the Wabash Railroad in Pine, Indiana. The line began service in 1905 and officially operated on only 11.4 miles of track. The line ran between South Bend and Pine, Indiana, where it met the Wabash Railroad.
The major customers included Singer Manufacturing and The Studebaker Company. The NJI&I continued in service until 1982 when the Norfork Southern absorbed the line. Despite both manufacturers going out of business in the early 1960s and early 1970s, the line continued to operate for several other smaller customers.
Avče (, ) is a settlement on the left bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It includes the hamlets of Dolnji Avšček, Gor(e)nji Avšček, and Langa along Avšček Creek southeast of the main settlement, Nadavče to the west, and Spodnji Log and Vrtače to the north along the railroad.
Nji Oumarou Nchare was raised in Cameroon, Africa, the son of Mbouombouo Moussa and Lipainpouo Amina. He attended Government Primary School, Njintout in Foumban, from 1970 until 1976, and earned his advanced studies degree from the Government High School in Foumban. It was during his primary studies in 1976 at Njintout when Oumarou first learned about the Bamum script and Sultan Ibrahim Njoya. Nchare was in Class 6 in primary school and the story of Sultan Ibrahim Njoya's inventions were told to him. He instantly became intrigued by the story of Njoya’s inventions but his primary school instructor had no knowledge of the writing itself. Eventually Nchare studied the Bamum script under the tutelage of Emmanuel Ndayou Njoya, Nji Yerema Jean and André Njififen Kouendap and became involved in the Bamum Scripts and Archives Project.
A Bamum font is being worked on by the Bamum Scripts and Archives Project to allow printing in the unique script of the Bamum language of Cameroon. In 2006, the Bamum Scripts and Archives Project embarked on a project to create the first usable Bamum computer font. In order to do this, the Project examined hundreds of important documents transcribed in the current and most widely employed variant of the Bamum script: A-ka-u-ku (after its first four characters). The goal of the project team was to identify the most prominent forms of the various Bamum characters, as there have been many different styles employed by literates over the years. In particular, the Project examined documents in the script known to have been written by the three most famous Bamum script literates: King Njoya and his colleagues, Nji Mama and Njoya Ibrahimou (younger brother of Nji Mama, also a well known Bamum artist).
To be eligible for JSA, claimants must state that they are actively seeking work by filling in a "Jobseeker's Agreement" form and attending a New Jobseeker interview (NJI). They must also go to a Job Centre every two weeks to "sign on", that is, to certify that they are still actively seeking work. Claims for Jobseeker's Allowance are maintained by the Jobseeker's Allowance Payment System (JSAPS).
Nji Oumarou Nchare (born December 25, 1964 in Foumban, Cameroon) is Co-Director of the Bamum Scripts and Archives Project in Foumban, Cameroon and Director of Cultural Affairs and Archivist at the Bamum Palace, Foumban. He is the founder (1978) of "Club Shümom" in Foumban, Director of the A-ka-u-ku and Shümom School Initiative, and hosts a regionally broadcast program on Radio Communautaire du Noun.
Ndumu Nji Vincent born October 16, 1960, is a Cameroonian civil engineer ,who presently serves as Government Delegate to the Bamenda City Council. He also serves as President of the GCE Board Tender. He is married (Hilda Ndumu Swiri) and father of 4 children. Appointed by Presidential Decree, he has been government delegate since March 2, 2009, when he took over from Tadzong Abel Ndeh who had served for 16 years. Before being in charge of this, he worked for the Ministry Of Public Works and in charge of weighing stations at the Prime minister's office. He at that time was a Technical Advisor(Conseiller Technique).
In the late 1960s, while remaining active as an actress, Dewi began to become involved behind the scenes. She established her own film production company, Chitra Dewi Film Production, and in 1967 produced her first film: "2 X 24 Djam" ("2 X 24 Hours"). This company produced five further films, including three directed by Dewi herself— "Bertjinta dalam Gelap" ("Making Love in the Dark"), "Dara-Dara" ("Maidens"), and "Penunggang Kuda Dari Tjimande" ("The Horseman of Cimande") (all 1971). These films were unsuccessful, and subsequently Dewi focused on acting. In 1971 she was recognized by the for her performance in "Nji Ronggeng" ("The Ronggeng", 1969).
"Bajar dengan Djiwa" follows the interactions of several groups of people. Husband and wife Basuki (Zonder) and Suryati (Nji Soelastri) clash because of their different personalities: the former is a thinker concerned with the state of society, while the latter only thinks of herself. Meanwhile, Umar (Oedjang) and Supini (RS Fatimah) clash over Umar's wasteful nature; eventually, he sinks so far into debt that he must sell his daughter, Djuliah (Djoewariah), to a loan shark named Asnan (O. Parma), a move which breaks the heart of Djuliah's boyfriend Ruhiyat (A Bakar). Other scenes include comic interactions between two servants, Icah (Ijem) and Djemblug (Komung).