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jel

(dʒɛl)
n. a stupid person. (Someone who has gelatin where brains ought to be.) Oh, Wallace, don’t act like such a jel.
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Formed by a group of experienced concrete plant professionals with an established history of sales, design and manufacturing, Gladen adds, JEL has also been able to tap into Milwaukee's world-class workforce of skilled tradesmen.
Jel, who was born in Middlesbrough but now lives in Stockton, says he wants to put West Allotment on the map.
Jel went through a divorce and "lost everything" when his sister's brother-inlaw, who ran the shop, decided to move on to pursue a career in banking.
Raza says JEL has contributed with suggestions and recommendations on each of these projects.
Part II presents a preliminary analysis of the degreecount gaps from these sources, appraises the elusive contribution of interdisciplinary and business doctoral degrees to the SED-IPEDS gap, investigates the undercount of general economics (GE) degrees by IPEDS, and looks for the sources of the huge IPEDS-JEL gap in total economics PhD degrees as well as the smaller but more worrisome JEL deficit in GE degrees.
For example, Jel Sert's marketing department has a wealth of consumer research it could share with retailers that are trying to better understand shoppers' needs and wants.
By volume 1(2), Winger had accepted the editor's position with Library Quarterly and Lancour became the first official editor of the JEL.
Lions FC roared into the next round with a 3-2 success over JEL Electrical.
New York, NY, has introduced Amino Vital Jel to provide consumers with the energy required for an active lifestyle without feeling weighed down.
Voluntary administration gives JEL the opportunity to protect the value of the business and plan for the future of the company to attract working capital and co-productions," he said.
The author is the CEO of Jel Productions, a web development firm.
Details of the proposed research project (including title, participants, timetables, specific aims, research design, proposed dissemination of results, proposed budget and JEL classification number).
Jel Sert picked up the new brands after Nabisco was forced by the Federal Trade Commission to divest them following its acquisition by Philip-Morris Cos.
JEL classification: B23, C50, C51, C52, C53, E21, E31, E37.
EconLit includes journals that were indexed for years in the Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) and are now listed quarterly in the JEL on CD, as well as books and dissertations.