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jaspe

(dʒæsp)
n
a subtly striped woven fabric

jaspé

(ˈdʒæspeɪ)
adj
(Minerals) resembling jasper; variegated
[C19: from French, from jasper to marble]
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The tour was made more enjoyable in the company of Jocelyn Castro, Michelle Lamotan, Jonathan Sta.Maria, Dorothy Aytona, Marcelo Santos III, Bernadette Palacios, Christian Garrido, Jane Marie Jaspe, Dr.Maria Amihan Panes, Lorna Longno, Alberto Reyes Jr., Cherylle Ann Lim Dela Cruz, Leah Meneses, Juman Prk, Kimmy Descalso, Johansel Aguilar, Jessa Aperajado, and Wipaporn Waleesajjakarn.
Other winners saw: Female 9-10 years-old: Eleora Caelie Avanzado 11:07 (first), Danielle Syvia Tan 11:26 (second), Chantal Calolot 11:53 (third); Male 9-10 years-old: Bruce Ice Bragat 12:00 (first), Asher Chamyuel Baluyot 12:07 (second), Youone Kriven Ramos 12:37 (third); Female 6-8 years-old: Christy Ann Perez 7:28 (first), Justie Athena Jaspe 9:12 (second), Shannen Balderas 10:05 (third); Male 6-8 years-old: Kenshie Luke Cabando 7:57 (first), Diego Jose Dimayuga 8:12 (second), Brent Edgar Diesmo 8:25 (third).
Tilapia belonging to genera, Oreochromis are identified as economically valuable fish species for aqua farming and represent a major source of protein in many regions of the world like China, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippian, Vietnam, Africa, Europe, USA, Japan, UAE and Latin America (Chowdhury, 2011; Jaspe et al., 2011; Daudpota et al., 2014, 2016; Malik et al., 2017).
Le 18 Octobre 1977 les autorites allemandes annonceront la mort par suicide dans leurs cellules d'Andreas Baader, sa compagne Gudrun Ensslin et Jan-Carl Jaspe. Selon la these officielle, ils se seraient tous donnes la mort par armes a feu.