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jaap

(jɑːp)
n
offensive South African a simpleton or country bumpkin
[from Afrikaans]
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Jaap, dear boy, the truth is not always the best policy.
We created NMA America to make it easier for our customers here to do business with us," stated Jaap Korf, president of NMA America.
But it goes all wrong when Jaap decides the German chancellor should lead way; Now neither knows what's going on as pair do headless chicken impersonations; ACH, VOT A MESS
United chief executive Peter Kenyon confirmed late last night: "We have given permission for Jaap Stam to speak to Lazio after they made an offer which we accepted.
Sporting Stoppers (75-50-25-10-0): Jaap Stam 40-43, Tony Adams 37-40, Marcel Desailly 23-26, Dominic Matteo 16-19, Gareth Southgate 9-12, Slaven Bilic 8-11, Sol Campbell 9-12, Rio Ferdinand 7-10.
Jaap Blokhuis, Chief Executive Officer of Multi, said: These assets are attractive, predominantly grocery-anchored, shopping centres.
Jaap took over as chairman of Swan Hunter shipyard in 1995 when it was in receivership and breathed life back into the historic North East industry, creating jobs for thousands of workers.
Their statement said: "The Italian Medical Sporting Federation have been informed that Lazio footballer Jacob Jaap Stam has tested positive in the first test.
Jaap did the same thing and everyone got the vitamins and the proof that there was nothing in them to worry about.
But that's also applied to Jaap Stam and Dwight Yorke.
Jaap Poll continued, "The discovery augured well for Avenue as it holds a 45% interest not only in the new oil field, but also in the remainder of the Karakilise Licenses, which contain based on current seismic information, at least four undrilled structures in the vicinity of the Karakilise-1 oil discovery.
Jaap Huijskes while briefing the President about his company s business ventures in Pakistan since 1990 in oil & gas exploration evinced keen interest in further extending its operations in Pakistan to mutual benefit.