KASPAKyoto Automobile Service Promotion Association (Kyoto, Japan)
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According to its website "Kaspa's are a chain of exciting new dessert houses that offer the world's favourite hot and cold desserts under one roof.
The average Kaspa's dessert parlour sees a high level of employment and the company would expect to see around 8-10 full time staff employed with a further 30-35 part-time.
"People might think I would be worried about Kaspa's but it's amazing that people want to invest here when they say Bridgend is not doing so well," he said.
Barley (Hordeum vulgare) cultivars were 'Galleon' (1986-98) and 'Barque' (1999 to present); the oat cultivars were 'JB7622' (1986-87), 'Wallaroo' (1988), 'Marloo' (1989-92) and 'Patoroo' (1993 to present); and the field pea cultivars (Pisum sativum) were 'Dun' (1916-72), 'Derrimut' (1973-79), 'Dun' (1980-2004), 'Parafteld (2005-06) and 'Kaspa' (2007 to present).
The Kaspa's image was bright and clear and performed well in low light.
Today there are nine lines of Weaver scopes, ranging from the economy-priced KASPA and 40/44 to the Super Slam, the latter with a one-inch or 30mm tube.
Duha ka mga langyaw nga pulong nga nakapa-ulbo sa atong kaspa.
spec nose w Ken Will - who was diagnosed three years ago - and his wife and carer Glenys now get help from two-yearold golden Lab Kaspa, one of the first dogs in the UK trained to assist people with dementia.
Compered by radio presenter Elliott Webb, there were songs from the wartime era, including "forces sweetheart" Maggie O'Hara, a George Formby routine from Paul Kaspa and 1940s swing from Mood Indigo.