P.J.

P.J.

An abbreviation for presiding judge, the individual who directs, controls, or governs a particular tribunal as its chief officer.

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Highview Capital Llc, a Los Angeles-based middle-market private equity firm, has said that it has promoted P.J. Gilbert to principal and Kapish Haldia to senior associate.
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P.J. Murphy and Nick Pawliuk are faculty members of Thompson Rivers University, Canada.
Telling its story with simple, rhyming text, P.J. Finds a Home is a children's picturebook about a young girl who discovers tiny orange kitten, lost and alone-the kitten's vanilla cream mother has sadly passed on.
(TASE: DELT) (OTCQX: DELTY) has completed its acquisition of the P.J. Salvage brand and other assets of California-based Loomworks Apparel, Inc., the company said.
When P.J.'s father dies, his Ma moves the family from Boston to her home in PEI.
As played by heartthrob-in-the-making P.J. Boudousque, the character is evidently just too cute to deserve rehabilitation.
PVCA Chief Operating Officer Ashiq Hussain Qureshi is leading the team with former Test batsman Saleem Elahi and internationals P.J. Mir and Sajid Ali besides former first class players.
NEW YORK -- The Brooklyn Nets parted company with coach P.J. Carlesimo on Sunday, less than 24 hours after injury-depleted Chicago ousted the Nets from the NBA playoffs with a first-round game-seven victory in Brooklyn.
On Sunday, one day after the Chicago Bulls knocked the Brooklyn Nets out of the first round of the NBA Playoffs, Brooklyn's management announced that the team has parted ways with head coach P.J. Carlesimo.
"He was so excited" to learn he was an uncle, said Paul "P.J." B.