jafa


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jafa

(ˈdʒæfə)
n
slang NZ an offensive name for a person from Auckland
[from j(ust) a(nother) f(ucking) A(ucklander)]
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JAFA Enterprises does new construction as well as remodeling, but there's little developable land on the "absolutely gorgeous" Kitsap Peninsula.
With the expansion of research in the theory of debate, the practice of debate, and the use of advocacy in society, JAFA ushered in an expanded commitment by AFA to scholarship.
In a statement released through Durham-based Freeman Johnson solicitors, Mrs Doyle's husband Kenneth said his wife would appeal against the two-year ban and claimed her former employer, JAFA North East Ltd, had made the allegation maliciously.
For some years, JAFA included both scholarly articles and association business.
Initially, JAFA was published three times per year and the volume year corresponded to the calendar year.
James Pratt tells us that there are comple te sets of the AFA Register, JAFA, and Argumentation and Advocacy at the association's office at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, The office also has a complete set of the Newsletter, which began publication in 1978 (as JAFA became exclusively a scholarly journal).