Jsa sentence example
- Over a third of movers to JSA from IB had become inactive due to sickness or disability five to ten months later.
- & Xj jsa, a double proposition, from 81- and Xaµ(3avav), a term used technically in logic, and popularly in common parlance and rhetoric. (I) The latter use has no exact definition, but in general it describes a situation wherein from either of two (or more) possible alternatives an unsatisfactory conclusion results.
- Wonder Woman associated with many superheroes in her time and held two prominent memberships in the Justice Society of America (JSA) and later the Justice League of America (JLA).
- Over the course of several decades, the JSA became associated with the Golden Age of heroes and lived on an alternate earth from the JLA, which featured the more modern or "Silver Age" brand of heroes.