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What does LJH stand for?

LJH stands for Little Jack Horner (children's story)

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The rules were subsequently changed but not before the following ode was printed in the Liverpool ECHO: Little Jack Horner Taking a corner, Pulled out his rule book, quick And found he could dribble Right into the middle Instead of the orthodox kick So little Jack Horner Dribbled his corner Thinking he'd not get far But the referee blew not Jack got in a shot Now we don't know where we are And Little Jack Horner All through this darned corner Has got football fans all awry With all their fine schooling They can't read the ruling Oh
From the return of John Justin Mallory (the hero of Mike Resnick's "Stalking the Unicorn: A Fable of Tonite") in "The Long and Short of It", to a female ex-cop recently turned vampire in Tanya Huff's "This Town Ain't Big Enough", to Little Jack Horner in Neil Gaiman's "The Case of the Four and Twenty Blackbirds", to Santa Claus himself, retired and down on his luck, in Michael M.
No night mare dreamt so strange a dream, Where she led round Tattenham Corner, Ridden by a guy with a Christmas pie, And he was Little Jack Horner.
Clock rang, and rat ran down-- Pocono rococo rock Little Jack Horner (21 letters ABCDEGHIJKLMNOPRSTUWY, using ADEILNOPRSTUY) Little Jack Horner sat in a corner, Eating his Christmas pie; He put in his thumb and pulled out a plum, And said, "What a good boy am I
NAs for the promised nursery rhymes, due to pressure of space, Little Jack Horner will have to stay in his corner today.