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[Los Angeles Railway] ==History== ===Huntington Line (1895-1911)=== The Huntington Line was one of the original routes of the Los Angeles Railway. From Downtown, it branched off the Pico Line at 1st and Santa Fe. From there, it followed a route south on Santa Fe Avenue, a private right-of-way, Mateo Street, 9th Street, Santa Fe Avenue, Paci...
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J is slang for cannabis.
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J is the tenth letter in the English alphabet, and the seventh consonant. The sound of this letter coincides exactly with that of g in genius. It is therefore classed as a palatal, and is the voiced sound corresponding to the breathed sound ch (as in church). The sound does not occur in Anglo-Saxon, and was introduced through the French. As a chara...
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J, 10th letter of the alphabet, a Western European medieval development of I, with which it was formerly quite interchangeable in writing. It is pronounced as a consonant in English and often as a y in other languages, as in the Hebrew hallelujah.
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It's a short term for judge.
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n. abbreviation for Judge, as in the Hon. William B. Boone, J.
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for joule; Joule equivalent; electric current density.
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for coupling constant.
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(physics) In physics, the symbol for joule, the SI unit of energy
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Is the Commodity Futures Symbol which represents the April Delivery Month.
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[1] light infantry; used alone or as part of a specialty such as Gebirgsj
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[text editor] J is a text editor for programmers, available under the GNU General Public License. ==Compatibility== J is written in Java and runs on Linux, Mac OS X, OS/2, Unix, VMS, and Windows. It is part of the ArmedBear Common Lisp (ABCL) project on SourceForge. ...
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[Sidi Rezegh] ==Madras Horse Artillery== J Battery was originally raised in India on 4 April 1805 as The Troop of Madras Horse Artillery, part of the Madras Army of the Honourable East India Company. With the formation of another unit on 6 January 1806 (the 2nd Half Squadron, Madras Horse Artillery), it was renamed as the 1st Half Squadron,...
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J is the tenth letter in the ISO basic Latin alphabet. Its normal name in English is jay eɪ or jy aɪ; when used for the y sound, it may be called yod (d or d). ==History== The letter `J` originated as a swash character, used for the letter `i` at the end of Roman numerals when following another `i`, as in `xxiij` instead of `xxiii` for...
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[musician] Since 1997, J has had prominent names in the music industry playing either on his albums, as his backing band, or showing up as guests at some of his concerts including Raymond Watts (PIG), Ray McVeigh (Zilch), Takashi Fujita (Doom), Scott Garrett, Billy Duffy and Ian Astbury (all three from The Cult), Steve Jones (The Sex Pistol...
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[programming language] The J programming language, developed in the early 1990s by Kenneth E. Iverson and Roger Hui, is a synthesis of APL (also by Iverson) and the FP and FL function-level languages created by John Backus. To avoid repeating the APL special-character problem, J requires only the basic ASCII character set, resorting to the ...
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Hitler's slang term for Jewish property speculation companies.
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Hebrew name (also Yayin Kascher) for kosher wine , see there.
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Hebrew term for "cooked wine"; see kosher wine .
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Hebrew term for a "normal" compared to a kosher wine (Kascher J
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Hebrew name (also Yayin) for wine, see also under Bible and Israel .
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Austrian specialty (also Jagertee, Jagatee), which is a hot drink, especially in cold seasons very popular. On ski lodges, this is a part of unverzichtbarerer beverage offer. The classic ingredients are 1 liter of red wine, 1 liter of black tea, orange juice, 1 liter, 1 liter of fruit brandy (fruit brandy), 1 lemon, 1 orange, 30 Cloves , 2 cinnamon...
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Frequent names of Portuguese and Spanish varietals like for example Ja
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In Greece (in addition also "Geia sas", "Jassas" or "Jassou") is more usual toasts , see footnotes and other countries.
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