jaygee

jaygee

(ˌdʒeɪˈdʒiː)
n
(Military) informal US lieutenant junior grade
[from the initials of Junior Grade]
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Over 50 brands and distributors have also signed up as customers, including Bluebell Group and JayGee Melwani Group, which represent and market some of the world's leading luxury and lifestyle brands.
Alice Grazziani, Bristol Farms; Stephanie Lewis, The Oppenheimer Group; Gary Gelzer, JayGee Sales; Kent Kuwata, Smart & Final; Rob McDougall, Gelsons/Mayfair Markets; Jeff Miller, Westlake Produce Co.
The final gig before the summer break for Wakefield Jazz tonight has The Jaygee Band, the latest pairing between pianist Jonathan Gee and tenor man Tim Whitehead.
NEW YORK CITY -- Opening in true Broadway style with stage actress Jaygee Macapugay ('School of Rock') singing 'Empire State of Mind' by Alicia Keys, the Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) 16th Biennial Conference welcomed more than 700 history buffs from across the nation, including Texas, Alaska and Hawaii.
jjThree members of the same litter - Cheap Suit, Twenty Spots, Jaygee Delight - line up in Coventry sprint opens tonight.
But in 1942, most aviators did not receive their commissions until they also got their wings, and the time from ensign to jaygee was more than two years.
I was the least experienced, a CAT I jaygee with only a few dozen hours in type.
The jaygee student froze the controls as I called over the ICS, "What was that?