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JAM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Jamaica. The code is used for transactions to and from Jamaican bank accounts and for international shipping to Jamaica. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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I've since been having the blueberry and strawberry jams for breakfast.
The jams aren't only for the players, but they're for the audience, too, Chevalier said.
Jam makers from all over North Wales will compete in the first ever jam jamboree at the National Trust's Plas Newydd, Anglesey, next month.
The jams, which are presented with stylish but minimalist labelling, also contain a selection of 'super fruit' flavours such as blueberries and cranberries.
Fraser Doherty, 18, has landed a contract to supply Tesco with the jam that he first started making in his parents' kitchen in 2003.
To use these detectors as jam sensors, Coifman created a computer program that scores a d"match" each time a particular truck, distinguished by its length, passes successive sets of detectors within an interval of time that would be possible only if traffic were flowing well.
Reduced sugar jams must be prepared with at least 35g of fruit per 100g, but with no more sugar than 55g per 100g and no less sugar than 30g per 100g.
CHARIE'S RASPBERRY JAM Red raspberry, blackberry and black raspberry rank among Charie MacDonald's all-time favorite jams.
The tapping at the jams is "done to jazz music and emphasizes the dancer as a musician, as opposed to Broadway-style choreography," says Max Pollak of the dance troupe Manhattan Tap.
When drivers call 1-866-MY-TRAFC or request a mobile or desktop alert, they will receive a detailed traffic report that includes a Jam Factor(R) rating (a traffic scale that grades traffic conditions from 0-10 with 10 representing the worst possible traffic conditions); travel and delay times; accident reports; construction delays; and more.
The growth of complex mediation in the international arena continues to increase as more companies are using ADR to resolve a multitude of international disputes," said Steve Price, JAMS President and CEO.