FANS' leaders claim erecting netting to prevent missiles being thrown at players would be a knee-jerk reaction.
What does KJR stand for?
KJR stands for Knee-Jerk Reaction
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- Korean Journal of Pathology
- Kutir Jyoti Programme (Indian electrification program)
- Kosovo Judicial and Prosecutorial Council
- Keble Johnston Pty Ltd.
- Korean Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology
- Kia Jones Public Relations (Los Angeles, CA)
- Kettle Joes Psychedelic Swamp Revue (band)
- Kid Jensen Racing (David Jensen)
- King Jazz Review (website)
- Kiski Junction Railroad
- Korean Journal of Radiology (est. 2000)
- Kreis Jugend Ring (German: District Youth Ring)
- Kuwait Joint Relief Committee (International Islamic Relief Organization)
- Konsulat Jenderal Republik Indonesia (Indonesian: Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia)
- Kauno Jaunimo Reikalu Taryba (youth organization; Lithuania)
- Kulig Junior Rally Team (cars)
- Kafar Jednoprowadnicowy Specjalny (Polish; machinery)
- Kinabalu Japanese School (Malaysia)
- Knowledge and Judgment Scoring (educational testing; software)
- Konkursowa Jazda Samochodowa (Polish: Automotive Drive Competition)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But Galliani insists the champions won't be making any knee-jerk reactions.
He said: "He [manager Steve Bruce] understands that because I'm a football person, there's no knee-jerk reaction whatever happens here.
Therefore, knee-jerk reactions notwithstanding, there is no such thing as an automatic human response to anything.
ADB president Haruhiko Kuroda said the region had to fight any knee-jerk reactions that would place extra restrictions on global trade.
It’s also the kind of management savvy epitomized by ex-Goldman chief executive and current Treasury secretary, Henry Paulson, a fact unfortunately unrecognized by the knee-jerk reactions from naïve politicians from both parties back when Mr.
TEAM GB chief Simon Clegg has warned against a knee-jerk reaction to Britain's success at the Beijing Olympics, insisting expectations for London 2012 should not be automatically inflated.
Speaking about the ECB's plans for the future, chairman Giles Clarke was cautious: "We don't want a knee-jerk reaction to the IPL but we believe that we can set up a robust, spectator-friendly, economically sustainable competition of our own which will not cut across the core revenue streams of Test and one-day international cricket.