It is, after all, about cellphones, it appears in jama, and, as Slesin points out, Volkow is "something of a science superstar."
This Fourth of July conundrum was addressed all the way back in 1907, in the esteemed medical journal jama.
A July 2013 jama Psychiatry study found an increased risk of suicide in military personnel with more lifetime TBIs.
He it was who built the jama Masjid, the great mosque set commandingly on a mound and gained by magnificent flights of steps.
From its exterior it is scarcely to be recognised as a jama.
In the Vêda, the South, which is also reckoned the place of the infernal regions, is spoken of as the kingdom of jama (i. 772).
In the morning our blacks all ran up to a sugar-loaf shaped rock, which they called their altar or temple, jama.
The jama Masjid is on the north side, but not on the river bank.
The most notable mosque in Delhi is the jama Mashid, built of red sandstone and white marble.
Entering by the west (or Akcha) gate, one passes under three arches, which are probably the remnants of a former jama Masjid.