American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. joint account
- abbr. judge advocate
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of Judge Advocate General.
“It’s insulting to think all we do in JA is chill out – it implies that we are lazy!”
“Jamaicans in JA have jobs and work really hard at them.”
“Steve, even if true, it takes nothing away from the primary idea expressed in JA’s initial and concluding graphs.”
“Steve: Steve, even if true, it takes nothing away from the primary idea expressed in JA’s initial and concluding graphs.”
“Chop 1/2 an Onion in long strips and fry it, once it is caramelized (big F'n word JA!) add your Rajas ... (the poblano chiles) and saute for 3 to 5 minutes.”
“Japan's largest agricultural lobby, known as JA, submitted a petition with almost 11.7 million signatures saying the accord would mean the "collapse of agriculture and fisheries.”
“Bali police have simply referred to him as JL, and say they have also charged an Indonesian accomplice, known as JA, the Jakarta Globe reports.”
“After he finished his harangue, I caught up with this "tax avoidance specialist", better known as JA Myerson, a theatre teacher in New York City public schools, and most definitely”
“Good analysis, ach, i think its fair to call JA a 60 cr movie, give or take one, the final verdict is still hit whether 59 or 61.”
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