JRA


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a terrorist group organized in 1970 to overthrow the Japanese government and monarchy and to foment world revolution

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JRA takes original parts kits and combines them with new receivers and barrels.
JRA Author Fellowship Program events will be planned at SRA Annual Conferences.
He began to meld together his passion for advocacy through volunteering with the ARC and portraying the experience of living with JRA through ceramic art.
JRA affects the entire body, which can cause swollen lymph nodes, fever or rash.
As noted above, s 4(b) JRA extends to decisions made 'under a non-statutory scheme or program'.
Historically, these interventions have been deemed the best and safest form of treatment for individuals with JRA but recent evidence reveals that high intensity exercises may be as safe and more effective.
Previously, Altobello served as a designer at JRA Architects and as a designer for Design Lab Inc.
Included in JIA are eight clinical patterns that include the five classic disorders of JRA as well as juvenile psoriatic arthritis and the spondyloarthropathies associated with inflammatory bowel disease, ankylosing spondylitis, and Reiter's syndrome (Table 1).
Etanercept [Enbrel] was the first of the anti-TNF agents tested in children with JRA, and thus we have the longest and most clinical experience with it.
The Food and Drug Administration's Arthritis Advisory Committee agreed in a 15-1 vote at a meeting late last year that the risk-benefit ratio of celecoxib was "adequate" to support its approval for treating JRA.
JRA members, who represent classified tourist establishments, have grown over the past few years to 529, employing over 9,000 people in 2006.
In patients with systemic onset JRA, MAS needs to be differentiated from an acute exacerbation of the underlying disease through clinical and laboratory findings, including pancytopenia, persistent fever, coagulation abnormalities, bleeding, liver and neurologic abnormalities, and phagocytosis of bone marrow-derived elements (hematoph-agocytic histiocytes).
In August 1975, five JRA members took about 50 people hostage at the consulate, including the U.
And should he make it into the upper echelons of motor racing, James will be following in the footsteps of a handful of other bikers who began their careers in the JRA Championship.
On a good day for the bookies John Gosden and Kevin Darley combined to take the JRA Golden Jubilee Maiden Stakes with 50-1 shot Pevensey.