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Jaalam

(jā-ā`ləm, jā`əlăm), in the Bible, son of Esau.
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Jaalam Hill, who nailed a halfcourt shot at the buzzer in overtime to lift SWIC over Olney in the quarterfinals, hit a 3-pointer to give the Storm that final lead change at 60-57 with 4:10 remaining.
The cost of job stress are manipulated in terms of higher rate of workforce turnover, minimized profitability, low production, and budget linked with hiring and developing replacement workforce (Shahu and Gole, 2008; Yahaya, Arshad, Ismail, Jaalam, and Zakariya, 2009).
Katherason SG, Naing L, Jaalam K, Musa KI, Nik Mohamad NA, Aiyar S, et al.
Rasyid A, Rahman AR, Jaalam K, Laleo A: Effect of different curcumin dosages on human Gall bladder Asia Pac.
One year later, in 2000, he started the Vancouver software development firm Jaalam Technologies (Constantineau 2003).
Jaalam Roberson gained 98 yards in nine carries for the Brahmas and scored on an 80-yard first-quarter run to cut the difference to 27-7.
formerly Jaalam Technologies) develops and markets network intelligence software that can analyze even the most complex global network infrastructures, identify the sources of problems within minutes and then perform continuous monitoring to ensure maximum performance over time.
SWIC made it out of the quarterfinals by beating Olney, 104-101 in overtime, when Jaalam Hill drilled a halfcourt shot at the buzzer.
Jaalam Technologies has changed its name to Apparent Networks, Inc.
Jaalam Technologies today announced a contract with Simon Fraser University (SFU) for use of AppareNet, Jaalam's award-winning network performance monitoring software, to manage the intricate day-to-day network operations for the university's three campuses that collectively serve almost 23,000 faculty, students and staff.