Nuneaton were finding plenty of joy down the right flank through Wes York.
What does POJ stand for?
POJ stands for Plenty of Joy
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 11 other meanings of POJ in our Acronym Attic
- Poison Index (Thompson/Micromedex poison/toxicology resource)
- Post Och Inrikes Tidningar (Swedish: Post and Domestic Newspaper)
- Premature Optimization Is the Root of All Evil (Donald Knuth)
- Piss On It, Tomorrow's Saturday
- Point of Interest Exchange Language Specification
- Pasteurized Orange Juice
- Piece of Junk
- Plain of Jars (historic sites; Laos)
- Plane of Justice (Everquest gaming)
- Plenty of Jewelry
Samples in periodicals archive:
Against one of the league's most accommodating defenses, Madrid should have plenty of joy, even if Ronaldo starts on the bench.
The Bantams had plenty of joy on home turf in getting to the final but on a bigger, better pitch the gap between them and the Premier League club was exposed in all its painful size as their courage and endeavour up to that point counted for little.
The activities bring the children plenty of joy as they spend time with their family and friends", added Princess Dina.
I don't like it because they are being unfair to an unbelievable group of players who are bringing plenty of joy to this football club and attacking any single person is attacking the whole club.
Home midfielder Jack Baldwin had one of the best of the few chances on offer when his header was turned away acrobatically by keeper Chris Day during a first-half spell when Pools had plenty of joy down the left.
City had plenty of joy down the right wing early on and they fashioned two of the first half's best chances.
Gerrard Unless Sir Alex Ferguson makes changes, Suarez and co may well have plenty of joy once again.