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Bachelor of Canon Law.
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“Was” is used for the indicative past tense of “to be,” and “were” is only used for the subjunctive past tense.
Origin of J.C.B.1
From New Latin Jūris Canonicī Baccalaureus
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Other definitions for J.C.B. (2 of 2)
Bachelor of Civil Law.
Origin of J.C.B.2
From New Latin Jūris Civilis Baccalaureus
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British Dictionary definitions for J.C.B.
trademark a type of construction machine with a hydraulically operated shovel on the front and an excavator arm on the back
Word Origin for JCB
named from the initials of J (oseph) C (yril) B (amford) (1916–2001), its English manufacturer
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