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JurD

abbreviation for Doctor of Law (Juris Doctor).
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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"The balloon post covers themselves are very collectable," News.com.au quoted Jurd as saying.
These occur monthly at a minimum, and "cover everything you can think of," says Jurd, with a 50-point checklist.
The opening half will present the smaller outfit of Dunmall with bassist Nick Jurd and sticksman Jim Bashford, making up The Realisation Trio.
BRECON: Brecon Cathedral (01874 623857), Laura Jurd Quartet.
Award winning composer and trumpeter Laura Jurd will join a quartet to play her folk and classical-inflected jazz compositions.
Os resultados foram expressos como mg de cianidina 3-glucosideo por 100 g de fruta, utilizando coeficiente de extincao molar de 26.900 (JURD; ASEN, 1966).
Michelle Jurd, 41, the first woman to qualify as navigator on Puma helicopters, died when her car collided with a lorry.
For example, non-words that sound like real words (so-called 'pseudohomophones' like BURD and STREAT) are slower to reject in the lexical decision task and are associated with higher error rates than ordinary non-words like JURD and STREAL, suggesting that participants are using the sounds of the items as one basis for making their responses (e.g.
Harb listed mountain locations including Faqra, Zaarour, Ayoun Siman, Jurd al-Dinnieh, and Jurd al-Njas.
"Lauren is someone who had begun to get noticed as a key part of groups she is a member of (Laura Jurd's Human Spirit and Blue Eyed Hawk, for example) so it's great that we are able to support her in creating this new ambitious project which is a blend of music, poetry and theatre," Phil explains.