After two years of not granting mining licenses, Guatemala's Ministry of Energy and Mines has approved exploration in the departments of Alta Verapaz, El Progreso, Zacapa, Jalapa, Jutiapa, Quiche and Santa Rosa, reports Elperiodico.
What does JAL stand for?
JAL stands for Jalapa (Guatemala territorial division)
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We have 49 other meanings of JAL in our Acronym Attic
- Journal of the American Killifish Association
- Jointly Administered Knowledge Environment
- Jaringan Kerja Kebudayaan Rakyat (People's Cultural Network)
- Juniors Acquiring Knowledge, Ethics and Sportsmanship (National Wild Turkey Federation)
- Japan Amateur Kickboxing Federation
- Japan Amateur Kyoutei Federation (motor sports)
- Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (Malay: Department of Islamic Development Malaysia)
- Jyllandip Avannaani Kalaallit Ilinniagaqartut Peqatigiiffiat (Greenlandic Student Association in Denmark)
- Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry (India)
- JACK Agent Language
- Jalisco (Mexican state)
- Japan Air Lines
- Japan Airlines Company, Ltd.
- Jet Approach Landing
- Job Arrangement Letter
- Journal des Annonces Légales (French: Journal of Legal Announcements)
- Journal of Academic Librarianship (Elsevier, BV)
- Journal of Applied Linguistics
- Jump Adjustment Library (Tira Wireless Proprietary API)
- Jump And Link
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All participants of Presidentes had a couple while two were single at Jalapa and one was a widow.
In rural areas such as Jalapa, about 100 kilometers (60 miles) or a three-hour drive from Guatemala City, a hunger monitor at the international non-profit Action Against Hunger, who has two other children to care for, is also undernourished.
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] [FIGURE 2 OMITTED] Considered a sculptor of global significance, Orozco innovatively draws on the histories of Western and Latin American Art practice, he was born in 1962 in Jalapa, the state of Veracruz, Mexico, to Cristina Felix Romandia, a student of classical piano, and Mario Orozco Rivera, a mural painter and art professor at the Universidad Veracruzana.
4C then enlisted what would prove to be indispensible help from its partner, Pueblos en Accion Comunitaria/People in Community Action (PAC) in Jalapa, who worked hard to recruit two coffee farms willing to participate in the project.
They include Antirrhinum majus (Snapdragon), Calendula officinalis (Marigold), Catharanthus roseus (Madagascar Periwinkle), Celosia cultivars, Leucanthemum maximum (Shasta Daisy), Dianthus barbatus (Sweet William), Geranium species, Gomphrena (Purple Gomphrena), Mirabilis jalapa (Four o'Clock), Narcissus hybrids (Daffodil), Tagetes (African and French Marigold) Verbena cultivars and Zinnia angustifolia.
The plant was found in the Jalapa, Vera Cruz, Mexico area, 1968.
On April 2, Scott's intrepid and undermanned army boldly turned its back on the sea and raced for Jalapa (elevation 4,680 feet), a small but important town located 74 miles inland, just above the Yellow Fever belt.