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jee

 (jē)
interj.
Variant of gee3.
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Graham Wilson, head of Late Life at Jee Limited, says: "Pipeline spans are formed due to an uneven seabed, scour or sandwaves, and can cause integrity issues with potential catastrophic and costly results.
Sporadic clashes have been continuing in Baba Jee over the past one week as the militants launched massive attacks to take control of outer sides of Lashkar Gah, some 555 km south of Afghan capital, and put pressure on security forces.
Jamie Burrows, Business Development Manager at Jee Ltd, said, We pride ourselves on our collaborative approach when working with clients and aim to become a seamless extension of their team.
Jee was tasked with identifying any internal or external defects in the pipeline, with the operator particularly concerned about small defects which had the potential to grow.
The evening started with presentation of Master Jee composed Naat "Pegham Saba Lai Hai DarbareNabi Se" by Asma Latta, followed by Chanda ki Nagri se Aaja re Nendia and "Wo Khawab Sohanay Toot gey" by Lahore based playback singer Nirmal Shah.
Maulvi Jee was a beacon of knowledge and had to his credit several books, he said of the scholar who was born in Peshawar in 1920 and died in 2004.
This includes completing the entire syllabus on time, giving equal attention to class XII board exams as well as JEE preparation, learning how to manage time and setting apart sufficient time for revision.
Everyone knows that in Madhur's films, the actresses play the protagonists and that is also true of 'Madam Jee.
Class12 board marks will carry 40% weightage and JEE scores will carry 60% weightage for admissions.
It stars Jocelyn Jee Esien, bestknown for her BBC-2 sketch show Little Miss Jocelyn and BBC 3's hidden camera show Three Non Blondes.
An attempted overhead kick from Dave Pearce saw the striker take down Merthyr's Jamie Rewbury but referee Ricketts waved play on and Jee took full advantage.
The reasons cited by the HRD ministry include: JEE results in lack of focus on board examinations; JEE encourages coaching institutes thus skewing the opportunities towards rich students; JEE can be cracked through pattern recognition etc.