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PEJ

(pĕj)
percutaneous endoscopic jejunostomy.
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The PEJ's rhetorical strategy of appealing to progressive symbols was mirrored in the Vergara ruling of Judge Rolf M.
These were the two challenges that informed the creation of the PEJ in February last year.
Yes, 2 CDs, Contemporary Psalms & Traditional Psalms, which feature various genres of wholesome music in which PEJ melodically paints Audio Art.
Le directeur du PEJ, Tom Rosenstiel, a estime qu'une strategie internet efficace pour la campagne 2012 porterait ses fruits electoraux, mais il reste difficile d'affirmer avec certitude que cet avantage sera determinant.
Tom Rosenstiel, director of the Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ), told Bloomberg News today that newspapers are also being distanced from their reading customers.
Koraput (Orissa), May 1 (ANI): With the mercury rising, tribes in Orissa's Koraput District prepare Mandia Pej, a particular type of soup to beat the heat.
A total of 7.8 million Twitter and Facebook posts were monitored from May 1-May 8, 2011 by the PEJ New Media Index to develop themes of the conversation surrounding the death of Osama bin Laden.
All his medication is given via nebuliser or PEJ. The timing of his afternoon feed is critical, as his Dilantin cannot be given within an hour of his feed starting or finishing.
I mention this absence of a media chorus because about the same time we were publishing the McLaughlin story, the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ) published a study on Baltimore media, which concluded that Investigative Voice (lumped in with other "new media" news outlets) was all but irrelevant to the city's news flow?
In Mid-September the Pew's Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ) noted that for much of the campaign Obama clearly had an online advantage.