from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Juris Doctor
- abbr. Justice Department
- abbr. juvenile delinquent
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- Jack Daniel's, an American brand of whiskey
- Juris Doctor.
- juvenile delinquent.
- Julian date
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The main reason given for Canadian and American schools switching to the JD is that it more accurately reflects the “nature” of our law schools.
JD is too right wing for most voters here, but it would take a bit of a Conserva-Dem to beat either of them though …
Slidyguy5 says: voting for JD is voting a drinkin, lyin, criminally associating fool into office … there is no reason to remove McCain from his seat … he is the one fighting against bloated bureaucracy … unless that is you all want a BIG govt and you want a debt that is handed down to more generations than we can count … no thanks, not in our house!
JD is just sucking up to the tea party and wacko right wing.
She has an AB from Smith College, where she currently serves on the board of trustees, a Master's in Divinity from Harvard University, a JD from the University of Louisville School of Law, and an MFA in Writing from Spalding University.
But hey, JD is going to fix all that, just ask him.
JD Hayworth may give McCain a run for his money and JD is as throwback as they come.
JD is another example of our underfunded educational system.
And how, JD, is all these state senators doing what they are representing their constituents?
The presence of JDs working in fields other than law then lends to the illusion that a JD is “great for a lot of fields”