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Vj

On a ticker tape or stock table, a symbol describing a company in bankruptcy. The symbol vj precedes the name of the company on the tape or table.
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vj

Used in listed stock and bond transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that the firm issuing the security is in bankruptcy or receivership, or that the firm is being reorganized under bankruptcy. It also indicates securities assumed by such companies: vj Robbins.
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The group pays homage to the most experienced of the VJs in many stories and old interviews.
Parece que el criterio tenido mas en cuenta por los padres a la hora de adquirir VJs es la edad (media = 7), sin embargo, las opciones relacionadas con los contenidos (media = 4,9), la caratula en caso de alquiler (media = 4,9) y no permitir que se bajen videojuegos de internet (media = 4,07), ni siquiera a nivel subjetivo alcanzaban la puntuacion de aprobado.
Krogsgaard and ''Joshua,'' a leading member of the VJs and the main character of the film, compiled and mapped times and locations of all the fragmented images and stories collected by the VJs at a safe house in Thailand, he said.
A "Mega Liga MTV de Vjs Paladinos" e um desenho animado com referencias de quadrinhos, cinema, outros desenhos animados, musica, cultura popular e cultura cibernetica.
They know VJs and reality show characters by their first names and have very strong opnions about them.
That was certainly the message Young Broadcasting sent when it converted all photographers and reporters at two of its stations into video journalists, or VJs. After a few weeks' training last summer on small high-definition video cameras and digital editing software, everyone at WKRN-TV in Nashville and KRON-TV in San Francisco was expected to shoot and report.
Members of the public were previously asked to remix clips from popular BBC programmes to dance music, in a Superstar VJs competition which saw The Money Programme, Tomorrow's World and Walking With Beasts used in the project.
"We've just had a bunch of VJs [video jockeys] here to show them what we can offer and hear what they could do and hopefully we can put together something really exciting.'
Worst of all, in an infuriating bout of stupidity both stations insisted on interrupting the music with inane chatter from VJs who didn't seem to have a clue about what they were watching.