Jacob's dreams of stardom could be about to come true.
What does JD stand for?
JD stands for Jacob's Dream (band)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 33 other meanings of JD in our Acronym Attic
- Johnson County Young Matrons (Kansas)
- Jim Casey Youth Opportunity Initiative
- Johnson County Young Republicans (Kansas)
- Jesse Collyer Youth Sports (Ossining, NY)
- Jewish Council for Youth Services (also seen as JCFYS)
- Jewish Council for Youth Services (Chicago, IL)
- Jefferson County Youth Soccer League (Shepherdstown, WV)
- Doctor of Jurisprudence
- Doctor of Laws
- Jack Daniel's
- Jacques Demolay (International Order of DeMolay)
- James Darren (actor/singer)
- James David (as in J.D. Power and Associates; founded by James David Power)
- James Dean
- Jammie Dodger (biscuit brand)
- Janata Dal (Indian political party)
- Japan Air (IATA airline code)
- Jeff Davis (guitarist)
- Jefferson Davis (Boss Hogg; Dukes of Hazzard TV show)
- Jermaine Dupri (rap artist)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Hendel then applies the theory of cultural memory to Jacob's dream and journey to Mesopotamia, insightfully revealing the crucial role of Bethel in Israel's collective memory and self-construction, the ways in which the differences in the pentateuchal sources create supplementary and even counter-memories, the mnemohistory that connected the ancestral Mesopotamian homeland of Haran with the contemporary Aramean enemy/kin, and the role of forgetting, especially of pre-Yahwistic religion, in the construction of Israelite identity.
Next to these three missing pictures, Salvator's most accomplished painting of this period in the exhibition was, in my view, Jacob's Dream (Chatsworth House; c.
New songs such as Away Down The River are contemporary country, occasionally crossing the border into jazz, and the sinister Jacob's Dream is traditional roots-folk.
Jacob's Dream Jacob flees Esau's vengeance and goes to the land that is to be his inheritance.
In 1974, Graham created Jacob's Dream for the dancers and chose Naharin, a relative newcomer, for the role of Esau.
1643, and the daring vacancy of Arent de Gelder's Jacob's Dream, 1710-15, seem to take heart, as it were, from their continuing relation to Hodgkin's present--just as that present, in turn, may recognize its own brutal image in the raw-meat red slathered across the bottom of Rembrandt's Portrait of a Young Man, 1663, an inarguable excuse for the sitter's cloak.
For to some extent, Jacob's dream is everyone's dream.