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Noun1.JRA - a terrorist group organized in 1970 to overthrow the Japanese government and monarchy and to foment world revolution; is said to have close ties with Palestinian terrorists; "in 1972 the Japanese Red Army was responsible for a massacre at an airport in Israel"
act of terrorism, terrorism, terrorist act - the calculated use of violence (or the threat of violence) against civilians in order to attain goals that are political or religious or ideological in nature; this is done through intimidation or coercion or instilling fear
Nihon, Nippon, Japan - a constitutional monarchy occupying the Japanese Archipelago; a world leader in electronics and automobile manufacture and ship building
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On the same day at the Manila Jockey Club's Chantilly Bar, JRA officials Sadamichi Imabayashi, Kazuhiro Youfu, Hiroyuki Koezuka and Masashi Shoju also presented their recommendations on how the three premier race tracks MJCI's San Lazaro Park, Philippine Racing Club's Santa Ana Park and Metro Turf can improve the conditions of their race courses.
The JRA delegation which attended the IFAR conference in Washington this year found Boyd Martin's presentation extremely impressive and informative, and we were therefore eager to help bring Boyd to Japan to lend his expertise to these clinics.
Like many companies, the demise of inexpensive and readily available surplus eventually led JRA to move to manufacturing.
The Editorial Board of JRA recognizes the values of authorship to both the research administration community and individual authors.
His early sculptures focused on living with JRA while later pieces have evolved to reflect the universal experiences of life with a chronic illness.
There are different types of JRA, which can permanently damage the joints, bones and organs, if not treated properly.
To mark the twenty-first anniversary since the commencement of the JRA, this Article critically examines whether the statute has achieved its aims of promoting access to justice and securing legal accountability (21) over public power by: (1) simplifying the procedures for accessing the courts and applying for review; (2) codifying the common law grounds for review; and, (3) by providing for a right to reasons in respect of certain administrative decisions.
I would state, quite categorically, that the JRA has not made any representations to Newcastle Council and will not do so until it has considered fully all the implications of the proposals.
Confectionery leader Mars New Zealand may have been named overall winner of the JRA Best Workplaces Awards for 2010, but taking out the small business category was just as sweet for Wellington-based IT consultancy Redvespa Consultants.
My aunt has Rheumatoid Arthritis and we have a family member who has JRA.
More than a decade later, he was arrested in Lebanon and jailed with four other JRA members for entering the country on forged passports.
The Web site was developed through a grant from the USAID/Jordan Tourism Development Project II (Siyaha), which also supported JRA to produce a Restaurants and Cafes Directory 2010 and begin issuing a regular newsletter.