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JAMA (journal)

JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association is a peer-reviewed medical journal published 48 times a year by the American Medical Association. It publishes original research, reviews, and editorials covering all aspects of the biomedical sciences. The journal was established in 1883 with Nathan Smith Davis as the founding editor. The journal's current editor-in-chief is Howard Bauchner of Boston University, who succeeded Catherine DeAngelis on July 1, 2011.


Jama or JAMA may refer to:

  • JAMA (numerical linear algebra library), a toolkit for the Java programming language
  • Jama Software, a privately held company in Portland, Oregon
  • Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, a Japanese trade association
  • JAMA (journal), Journal of the American Medical Association, an international peer-reviewed general medical journal
  • Journal of Asian Martial Arts, a peer-reviewed martial arts journal
  • Jama (name), a common Somali male name
  • Jama, Iran, a village in Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Iran
  • Jama, Kranj, a settlement in the City Municipality of Kranj, northwestern Slovenia
  • Jama (woreda), a woreda in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia
  • A former name of Kingisepp, a town in the Leningrad Oblast, Russia
  • Paso de Jama, a mountain pass between Argentina and Chile
  • Jama Canton, a canton of Ecuador, located in the Manabí Province
  • Jama, Dumka, a community development block in Dumka district, Jharkhand, India
  • Jama costume, a garment of South Asia
  • Jama music, a genre of music of Ghana
  • JAMA (Iranian Party), former political group in Iran
JAMA (numerical linear algebra library)

JAMA is a software library for performing numerical linear algebra tasks created at National Institute of Standards and Technology in 1998 similar in functionality to LAPACK.

Jama (woreda)

Jama is one of the woredas in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Debub Wollo Zone, Jama is bordered on the southeast by the Qechene River which separates it from the Semien Shewa Zone, on the west by Kelala, on the north by Legahida, and on the northeast by Were Ilu. Towns in Jama include Degolo and Shul Afaf.

Jama (Vidhan Sabha constituency)

Jama (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is an assembly constituency in the Indian state of Jharkhand.

Jama (name)

Jama is a common Somali male name. Jama is used as a short version of Jamshid, it is common mostly in Post-Soviet countries

Jama (coat)

The term jama refers to a long coat which was popular in South Asia during the Mughal period.

JAMA (Iranian Party)

JAMA (, acronym originally standing for "The Liberation Movement of People of Iran"; ) was an Iranian political party founded in 1964 by Kazem Sami and Habibollah Payman. In summer 1965, members of the party which maintained an opposition status were arrested and it continued activities in small circles underground.

In 1977, the leaders split. Payman founded Movement of Militant Muslims and Sami revived the organization with the same acronym, this time standing for "Revolutionary Movement of Muslim People of Iran" .

Usage examples of "jama".

Wasdin, Dolog, and Cander, but it emerged clearly when Jama and Nassef were present.

He swung off the hammock and reached for his dressing gown, but Jama twitched the silk garment off the chair back.

Where his brother had been plump, noisy and a braggart, Jama was lean, silent and watchful.

If Jama could provide a clerk, then the clerk could provide a false set of accounts.

Hakeswill had warned Jama not to expect Sharpe until the evening, and now he had to guard him until dusk.

Even better, he could resume his trade with Jama, though perhaps with a little more circumspection than in the past.

That money could come from the cash that Jama had given Hakeswill this night which, Torrance was sure, was a great deal more than the Sergeant had admitted.

A carved stool had been fetched from the shrine and Jama was now sitting at the top of the steps.

The man spoke in an Indian language, and he spoke to Jama who was staring appalled as a group of armed men pushed their way to the very front of the crowd.

It was Syud Sevajee who had fired, and who had spoken to Jama, and who now grinned down at Sharpe.

About you and Hakeswill and about you and Jama and about you and Naig.

She had shucked herself out of that jama thing, and her skin felt whisper-soft, super-heated.

Zink made mirage-holes near their feet and Jama materialized flying swords for them to duck.

He had gone after Jama privately and demonstrated convincingly that the fist was swifter than the magic sword.

But there were those who did: Zink, Jama, and Potipher were all smirking.