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JOSS

[′jäs]
(computer science)
A time-sharing language, designed for concurrent use by a number of people, each at his own console typewriter, and for programs of moderate size and running time.

JOSS

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Olivier Schlatter, co-founder of Joss Technology stated: "We are delighted to be joining a global leader in the data management industry.
Larry Botel, the founding partner of JOSS, also expressed his enthusiasm about working with Realty Mogul, the leading online marketplace for real estate investments.
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Joss and Main offers mainly upscale items--everything from soft goods to tabletop to small appliances--at discounts up to 70 percent.
A friend said: "It's sad because Joss and Danny made a great couple.
And although there is little new in this collection, what Joss brings to retro soul is surprisingly fresh and appealing.
She said: "Our advice about joss sticks would be similar to our advice about candles.
Speaking at the launch of the game, Joss said: "I'm the first Bond girl from the West Country.
The event is one of a handful of intimate UK gigs lined up by Joss to test out material from forthcoming album Colour Me Free which she hopes to release in April.
Extra Joss is manufactured by PT Bintang Toedjoe, a subsidiary of Indonesian pharmaceutical company PT Kalbe Farma Group.
JOSS, a firm started by Larry Botel and Steve Klein--both former executives at the real estate investment firm Broadway Partners-has been steadily filling the building.