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(jet),
A region of very high blood velocity just downstream of a vessel stenosis.

jet

(jet)
A region of high blood velocity immediately downstream of a vessel stenosis.

jet

A sudden pulse or burst of gas or liquid.
jetted, adjective
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Jetly learned negotiation techniques at Harvard Business School but found that taking the techniques into the real world was a whole other learning curve.
Niraj Jetly of Shrewsbury, senior vice president, chief operating officer and chief information officer at Edenred USA in Watertown, was recently named as a recipient of the 2013 CIO 100 by IDG's CIO magazine.
Johnson, PharmD, BCPS; Emily Kauffman, DO; Rachna Jetly, MD; Bennett P deBoisblanc, MD, FCF, FACCP FCCM
This, however, was not enough as Bjorn Timario, the tournament's most valuable player (MVP) combined with Jetly Juhuri, William Camba and Ronald Cababahay
"Orbitria" derived from the word "Arbitria" Latin for awards was the apt title for the Annual Day which comprised of the presentation of the Annual Report by the Vice Principal Mrs Mala Jetly and speeches by the Chief Guests and awards galore to acknowledge and motivate the students.
Jetly (apud Zancul, 2000) highlights the variations in the adopted nomenclature by providers for similar functionalities and modules, which makes it difficult to perform comparisons between two or more ERP systems.
If I invite my ex to my wedding, I don't think there will be a wedding at all," laughs Varun Jetly, 27-year-old software professional, who is getting married this year.
Raj and Commodore Sunil Jetly were also present at the ceremony.
On the way the ASEAN diplomacy can be applied to other conflict-prone regions, see Rajshree Jetly "Conflict Management Strategies in ASEAN: Perspectives for SAARC," Pacific Review 16, no.