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- juvenile delinquency.
- juvenile delinquent.
How to use JD in a sentence
Written by a man, JD Miller, it was intended as an answer to the hit “Wild Side of Life” by Hank Thompson.Kitty Wells, The Girl Singer Who Became Country’s Queen|Laura Cantrell|July 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I am a gay first lieutenant in the United States Air Force, and for the past two years I have been known as “JD Smith.”
This past Monday at 7:30 a.m., Air Force officer JD Smith noticed on his work computer that training was about to begin.
Excited, I asked if it referred in some way to JD Salinger, and if so, did the bracelet pertain to one character in particular?
JD: We just signed the construction contract for section two—to West 30th street—which will open next year.
In addition to the large number of collective books of poetry, Zunser has published his poems in: Jd.
Several of the poems contained in the volume of his poetry had appeared before: Jd.
These finally brought forth a rejoinder by J. Dienesohn in the Jd.
Other poems by M. Gordon than those contained in his collective volume are to be found in Jd.
In addition to the very large number of stories, etc., in his own publications, Perez has contributed to Jd.