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arj

(tool, file format)
An archive format for the IBM PC. ARJ files are handled by the ARJ program, created by the American programmer Robert Jung.

ARJ

A compression program for backup archiving from ARJ Software, Inc., Norwood, MA (www.arjsoftware.com). Introduced in the early 1990s and created by Robert Jung (the RJ in ARJ), ARJ never achieved the popularity of PKZIP, although it is considered a worthy competitor. See JAR.
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The ARJ has a standard range of 2,225 kilometer (1,380 miles).
The company has since grown in line with the wider region's thirst for one of its scarcest resources and is now, as ARJ Water Technology, equipped with the answers to a vast range of questions wherever water is concerned.
This is another crucial benefit that is acknowledged by both ARJ and NCA," commented Eduardo Garrido Araque, NCA Zone Manager.
Contributors may direct their questions to the Managing Editor, Defense ARJ, at the address shown below, or by calling 703-805-3801 (fax: 703-8052917), or via the Internet at norene.
Finally, this edition of the Defense ARJ reprints book reviews from previous issues, which though not currently included in the Reading Program, are nevertheless worthy of serious consideration by the acquisition professional community.
NYSE: ARJ) concerning possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of law related to the Company's efforts to sell ARJ to Lonza Ltd.
Articles between 4,500 and 10,000 words will be considered for Web-only publication, with an abstract (150 words or less) included in the print version of the Defense ARJ.
That being said, the ARJ is a big step forward in China becoming a major manufacturer of commercial aircraft.
Each issue of the Defense Acquisition Research Journal (ARJ) will contain one or more reviews of suggested books, with more available on the Defense ARJ Web site.