NUJ

NUJ NUJ noun ORGANIZATIONS
National Union of Journalists; an organization in Britain whose members work mainly in newspaper and magazine publishing:

• The union was informed that the agreement between the company and the NUJ was to be terminated.


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  • NUJ — (in full the National Union of Journalists) (in Britain) the main trade union for people who work in newspaper and magazine journalism, publishing and broadcasting. * * * …   Universalium

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  • NUJ — abbreviation (in the UK) National Union of Journalists …   English new terms dictionary

  • NUJ — abbr. National Union of Journalists …   Dictionary of abbreviations

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  • (the) NUJ — the NUJ UK [ˌen juː ˈdʒeɪ] US [ˌen ju ˈdʒeɪ] noun the National Union of Journalists: a trade union that represents journalists in the UK http://www.macmillandictionary.com/med2cd/weblinks/nuj the.htm Thesaurus: labour organizations and their… …   Useful english dictionary

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