Junior may refer to:

  • Junior or Jnr (Jr. in American English), suffix to names
  • Junior (education), the third grade of high school or college
  • Junior (athletics), an age athletics category (under 20, but over 17)

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... Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League (OHA) Ligue Interzone de hockey mineur BC Rive Nord (Junior B) (Canada) * (*) Quebec Junior "B" is equal to Ontario ...
2007 Ohio State Buckeyes Football Team - Players - Roster
... Wide Receivers 5 Dukes, Albert - Junior 9 Hartline, Brian - Sophomore 89 Hummel, Garrett - Freshman Jordan, Devin - Senior 18 Sharp, Luke - Junior 18 Lyons, Devon - Junior ... Trever - Senior 3 Saine, Brandon - Freshman 28 Wells, Chris - Sophomore 34 Wells, Maurice - Junior 24 Williams, Marcus - Freshman Fullback 49 Johnson, Dionte ... Ross - Sophomore 44 Johnson, Mark - Freshman 33 Laurinaitis, James - Junior 59 Libby, Kyle - Freshman 49 Lukens, Ryan - Junior 26 Moeller, Tyler - Freshman 36 Rolle, Brian ...
Junior, West Virginia - History
... Junior, West Virginia was originally known as Row Town, Virginia ... Senator, founded the Junior Coal Company and named it after his son, Henry Gassaway Davis, Jr ...
2006 World Junior A Challenge
... The World Junior A Challenge 2006 was an international Junior "A" ice hockey tournament hosted by Hockey Canada ... The 2006 World Junior A Challenge was hosted by the Canadian City of Yorkton, Saskatchewan ...

Famous quotes containing the word junior:

    The junior senator from Wisconsin, by his reckless charges, has so preyed upon the fears and hatreds and prejudices of the American people that he has started a prairie fire which neither he nor anyone else may be able to control.
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    Never burn bridges. Today’s junior prick, tomorrow’s senior partner.
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