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Ini si Taehyung waktu nun

Ini si Taehyung waktu nungguin Jungkook pas kencan mereka yang pertama. Taehyungnya gelisah nungguin Jungkook yang gadatang-datang. . Sampe mikir "Jangan Kookie ngga jadi datang? Aduh gimana ini." . Padahal Jungkook mah lama karena mau dandan dulu biar Taehyungnya terpesona . . This is Taehyung when he is waiting for Jungkook on their very first date. . Sagi-syu~ . . . . . . . . . Ps. Ini aslinya Celebrity Bromance ya . #vkook #taekook #taekookcouple #vkookshipper #taekookshipper #kimtaehyung #jeonjungkook #goldenmaknae #taekook #taekooksdiary # #vkook #taehyung # #jungkook # #v # #kookie # #bts # #bangtansonyeondan #td_picture #Sagi_syu

foto masa kecil kookie sa

foto masa kecil kookie sama abangnya imut banget ya~ ga beda jauh sama srkarang, matanya tetep kayak boneka . trans: a childhood photo of kookie and his bro so cutee~ he looked the same as him now, but can we talk about those doll like eyes . . . . -lolibun _________________ #vkook #taekook #vkookcouple #taekookcouple #vkookshipper #taekookshipper #bts #bangtanboys #bangtansonyeondan #taehyung #v #kimtaehyung #jungkook #kookie #jeongguk #jeonjungkook #goldenmaknae #namjoon #rapmonster #jin #suga #jhope #jimin #yoonmin #minyoon #namjin #lolibun

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The New Jersey Supreme Court consists of a Chief Justice and six Associate Justices. All are appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of a majority of the membership of the State Senate. Justices serve an initial seven-year term, after which they can be reappointed to serve until age 70. Most of the day-to-day work in the New Jersey courts is carried out in the Municipal Courts, where simple traffic tickets, minor criminal offenses, and small civil matters are heard. More serious criminal and civil cases are handled by the Superior Court for each county. All Superior Court judges are appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of a majority of the membership of the State Senate. Each judge serves an initial seven-year term, after which he or she can be reappointed to serve until age 70. New Jersey's judiciary is unusual in that it still has separate courts of law and equity, like its neighbor Delaware but unlike most other U.S. states. The New Jersey Superior Court is divided into Law and Chancery Divisions at the trial level; the Law Division hears both criminal cases and civil lawsuits where the plaintiff's primary remedy is damages, while the Chancery Division hears family cases, civil suits where the plaintiff's primary remedy is equitable relief, and probate trials. The Superior Court also has an Appellate Division, which functions as the state's intermediate appellate court. Superior Court judges are assigned to the Appellate Division by the Chief Justice. There is also a Tax Court, which is a court of limited jurisdiction. Tax Court judges hear appeals of tax decisions made by County Boards of Taxation. They also hear appeals on decisions made by the Director of the Division of Taxation on such matters as state income, sales and business taxes, and homestead rebates. Appeals from Tax Court decisions are heard in the Appellate Division of Superior Court. Tax Court judges are appointed by the Governor for initial terms of seven years, and upon reappointment are granted tenure until they reach the mandatory retirement age of 70. There are 12 Tax Court judgeships.

Like every state, New Jersey has its own cuisine, religious communities, museums, and halls of fame. New Jersey is the birthplace of modern inventions such as: FM radio, the motion picture camera, the lithium battery, the light bulb, transistors, and the electric train. Other New Jersey creations include: the drive-in movie, the cultivated blueberry, cranberry sauce, the postcard, the boardwalk, the zipper, the phonograph, saltwater taffy, the dirigible, the seedless watermelon, the first use of a submarine in warfare, and the ice cream cone. There are mineral museums in Franklin and Ogdensburg. Diners are common in New Jersey. The state is home to many diner manufacturers and has more diners than any other state: over 600. There are more diners in the state of New Jersey than any other place in the world. New Jersey is the only state without a state song. I'm From New Jersey is incorrectly listed on many websites as being the New Jersey state song, but it was not even a contender when in 1996 the New Jersey Arts Council submitted their suggestions to the New Jersey Legislature. New Jersey is frequently the target of jokes in American culture, especially from New York City-based television shows, such as Saturday Night Live. Academic Michael Aaron Rockland attributes this to New Yorkers' view that New Jersey is the beginning of Middle America. The New Jersey Turnpike, which runs between two major East Coast cities, New York City and Philadelphia, is also cited as a reason, as people who traverse through the state may only see its industrial zones. Reality television shows like Jersey Shore and The Real Housewives of New Jersey have reinforced stereotypical views of New Jersey culture, but Rockland cited The Sopranos and the music of Bruce Springsteen as exporting a more positive image.