a sailor, entrepreneur and real estate developer who owned hotels in New York and Florida, as well as three inns in Rhode Island, has died, according to the Providence Journal.
What does PROJO stand for?
PROJO stands for Providence Journal (newspaper)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of PROJO
- Public Relations Organisation International
- Promocion e Investigacion de Productos Andinos (Spanish)
- Programa de Innovación Tecnológica (Guatemala)
- Pediatric Rheumatology Online Journal
- Projectada (Portuguese: project; postal usage)
- Project Code
- People Relying on Just Enough Cash to Survive
- Project Officer
- Project Transition
- Peoples Republic of Kalifornia
- Peoples Republic Of Korea
- Presbyterian Church in the Republic of Korea
- Princeton Report on Knowledge (Princeton University, New Jersey)
- Public Record Office London (UK)
- Physical Review Online Archive (from the American Physical Society)
- Productos Lacteos SA (Guatemala)
- Productos Lacteos San Antonio, S.A.
- Jornadas Sobre Programación y Lenguajes (Spanish Conference on Programming and Computer Languages)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Senate candidate STEPHEN LAFFEY of Rhode Island, writing in a column for his college Republican group in the 1980s, as reported in The Providence Journal, August 26 "I think if [gays] want to get married, God bless them.
the Providence Journal, 16 percent of Hispanic and 24 percent of black and Southeast Asian children tested positive for lead, compared to only eight percent for white children.
Last November, twelve-year-old Patrick Shelton and his thirteen-year-old brother Eamon got together with fellow newspaper carriers and filed a class-action complaint against the Providence Journal Company, the largest newspaper publisher in the state.