jasy

jasy

(ˈdʒeɪzɪ)
n, pl -sies
a variant spelling of jasey
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Neighbouring Awasi, the community of Jasy Bora (Pretty Moon) has an agreement with the lodge to take guests on short tours of their village.
Figuras sacras y mitologicas: figuras utilizadas en diferentes tipos de rituales religiosos; disenos mitologicos de la cultura paraguaya, tales como el "jasy jatere", "ao ao", "luison", "pombero" y "kurupi".
We had a good team, Marty Hunter, Andy Waterworth, wee Jasy Hill, wee Kris Pike, John Bailie, Gary Rea, a good solid squad, we were just unfortunate to go down.
Arare ose mbyjaita Las estrellas ya salieron ha jasy onemyatimoima y la luna ya se hamaca, okesentema avei, quiere dormirse tambien, cheichaite ikane'o.
(25.) Esemplare paladina di tale principio e, infatti, proprio quella Madama di Jasy, convocata nel Tempio d'Amore per esprimere la propria valutazione circa la difficile congiuntura in cui verserebbe in Europa la galanteria, assediata "da quella cianciatrice e saccentuzza della ragione, che tante volte vinta e sbeffeggiata da lui, e per antico stile sua implacabile nemica" (Algarotti 29).
The YGB Movement, which has just received a pounds 1,000 government grant, is to start its life with a dance night at Jasy Mood's in Far Gosford Street, city centre.
It is believed the shooting was connected to an incident at the Jasy Mood club in Gosford Street, Coventry city centre, 2 1/2 hours earlier.
Detectives believe the shooting could be linked to an earlier incident at the Jasy Mood nightclub, formerly The Peacock pub, in Gosford Street, near Coventry University.
Police believe it may have been connected to an earlier incident at the Jasy Mood nightclub, formerly The Peacock pub, in Gosford Street, by Coventry University.
Police are investigating possible links between shots being fired at a door in Cash's Lane, Foleshill, and a bottle attack on a man in the Jasy Mood club in the city's Gosford Street 2 1/2 hours earlier.