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What does KJR stand for?

KJR stands for Knee-Jerk Reaction

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New Delhi, May 19 ( ANI ): Senior Congress leader, Ajit Jogi on Monday asked the party leaders not to take any knee-jerk reaction and pointed out that, had the party effectively countered the allegations leveled by the BJP during the elections, then the party would not have had to face such level a defeat.
The reality is you just look at knee-jerk reactions in football and the consequences, there are football clubs recently in the news who have had several managers and look where they are.
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.
Aintree racecourse communications manager Andy Clifton said yesterday: "We'll look at the John Smith's People's Race as part of our overall review of the meeting and also hold a discussion with the sponsors, but it will be done in the cool light of day, and there is no point in giving a knee-jerk reaction today.
Agree with the authors or not, they provide many examples and make tough points worth thinking about--ideally without a knee-jerk reaction.