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JWI

(Junctor Wire Interface) A mechanical cross connect that serves as a junction box in the telephone company's outside plant. It is a cabinet full of punch blocks that sits between the digital loop carrier and junction points that provide the final drop to the customer. Often known as a JWIC for Junctor Wire Interface Cabinet. Increasingly, the digital loop carrier is being moved farther down the loop to the JWIC location.
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The company, JWI and certain of their subsidiaries plan to amend the existing term loan credit agreement (the "Term Loan Credit Agreement") to, among other things, extend the maturity date from 2022 to 2024, decrease the interest rate applicable to the term loans outstanding thereunder, and modify certain other terms and provisions, including to provide for additional covenant flexibility and additional capacity under the incremental facility (the "Term Loan Amendment").
The company, JWI and certain of their subsidiaries plan to amend the existing asset-based revolving credit agreement (the "ABL Credit Agreement") to, among other things, extend the maturity date from 2019 to 2022 and modify certain other terms and provisions, including to provide for additional covenant flexibility and additional flexibility under the incremental facility (the "ABL Amendment" and together with the Term Loan Amendment, the "Amendments").
According to JWI Capital, WH Smith could serve as a good basis for the acquisition of other defence-related businesses.
Other than that, JWI has begun its efforts of posting new content more frequently by giving Web readers a new cooking column approximately every six weeks.
What is JWI doing to accomplish this, all with virtually no marketing budget to push the Web site?
The magazine is published by Jewish Women International (JWI), "a community of women joining hands, hearts and minds to promote peace--in families and in communities in the United States, in Israel, and around the world." Each quarterly issue has a handful of short feature articles--recently included were "Ten Women To Watch in 5763," "The Dance of Forgiveness" (about the work of the Avodah Dance Ensemble), "Rediscovering Shabbat," and "Baking Challah, Braid of Memory & Meaning"--along with brief reports of JWI activities, "Quick Takes: News, Trends, & Facts," interviews with leading Jewish women, and ads for Judaica, travel tours, etc.
Nowhere is that truer than at the K Street offices of Jefferson Waterman International (JWI), a lobbying firm that that has promoted despots across three continents.
The panelists: Jerry Bolin of Albany International, Ken Brown of Visy Paper; Richard Cook from Aston JWI, Steve Farmer of International Paper, John Martin from Riverwood, D.D.
Affiliate companies are Ems-American Grilon, Sommers Industries, HDK Industries, JWI Limited and Southern Regional Research Center.
Verizon Wireless previously partnered to fund the new shelter library at the YWCA with the Jewish Women International (JWI) in 2011.
Cleveland-based investment firm JWI Capital unveiled the completion of the previously announced acquisition of Parkersburg-based The WH Smith Hardware Company, without providing financial details.
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