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JES

JES

(Job Entry Subsystem) Software that provides batch communications for IBM's MVS operating system. It accepts data from remote batch terminals, executes them on a priority basis and transmits the results back to the terminals. The JES counterpart in VM is RSCS.
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30 January 2019 - US-based foodservice equipment distributor Innovative Foodservice Group, formerly known as BJ Beltram, Inc., has acquired JES Restaurant Equipment, Inc, the group said.
Impersonating characters is one of the many talents of Jes. She has done several sketches in the past productions of UP SAMASKOM.
"Jes has a power to captivate in person as well as on screen.
Barclays and Jes Staley will cooperate fully with these investigations, the bank said.
This dance ceremony represents their efforts to provide spiritual growth for their youth who like Jes struggle with gang violence, poverty, addiction, and gender violence.
The bank is believed to have consulted shareholders on plans that would freeze Jes Staley's salary, bonus and other benefits until 2019.
Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, Chairman of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization (TAG-Org), received members of the Jordan Environment Society (JES) Administrative Board whose Board of Trustees is headed by Dr.
Having survived the grueling competition of "Fives" (a multifaceted obstacle course), and propelled herself to the rank of "Challenger," Jes discovers that the intrigue of court is just as hazardous as anything she has faced in the arena.
La 23e journee du championnat Excellence de handball (seniors), jouee vendredi dernier, n'a pas ete porteuse de changement en tete du classement, vu que le GSP, ses poursuivants, le CRB Bordj Bou Arreridj et la JES Skikda, ont enregistre trois victoires.
He will join the Executive Committee of Barclays and report directly to the Group Chief Executive, Jes Staley.
But when Jes' family is endangered by cruel Lord Gargaron, she must focus on saving them from a fate worse than death.
"Freedom and Responsibility," Delta Epsilon Sigma Bulletin, May, 1966; also JES Spring 1966.