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What does AJ stand for?

Updated: 4/28/2022
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When AJ is used in reference to the US Supreme Court, it means "Associate Justice," the formal title of the eight justices who serve under the Chief Justice.

It can also stand for Apple Jack (from my little pony).

It may also be used by Jammers on Animal Jam (AJ) to abbreviate the game.

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