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DJ

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for DJIBOUTI.

DJ

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Djibouti. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Djiboutian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Djibouti. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Djibouti. Each major Djiboutian subdivision has its own code with the prefix "DJ." For example, the code for the Region of Dikhil is ISO 3166-2:DJ-DI.
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Meatball, appears in one photograph wearing a black dinner jacket of his own.
First known as a Homburg jacket, then in 1888 a dress lounge, in 1896 it became the dinner jacket and at the turn of the century we Brits adopted the American phrase tuxedo.
5 A FANCY DJ No, not someone to play toons, a dinner jacket.
But the star of the night was the Wirral a c t o r, in an immaculate black tie and dinner jacket.
Sandler's dog, Meatball, appears in one photo wearing a black dinner jacket and a white yarmulke.
Also present were artist and opera director David Hockney, dapperly attired in red bow tie and white dinner jacket, and ubiquitous culturist Gil Garcetti, who finds time to run the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office.
A security source in the Republic said: "It is like something you would see a man at a casino pulling out of his dinner jacket in a James Bond film.
COMPANY boss Gary Summers has finally consigned his bright green dinner jacket to history.
1886: The dinner jacket made its first appearance in public when it was worn at a ball at the Tuxedo Park Country Club, New York.
He wore a black dinner jacket with a white flower buttonhole to crash into a fashion store and steal pounds 6500 worth of clothes.
For this production from Compass Theatre Company, we are firmly entrenched in dinner jacket territory: the sense of period is established right from the start by a snatch of Noel Coward singing Let's Not Be Beastly to the Ger-mans, and for a brief moment one's heart sinks.