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JASMINEJoint Air-Sea Monsoon Interaction Experiment
JASMINEJapan Astrometry Satellite Mission for Infrared Exploration
JASMINEJoint Action to Support Microfinance Institutions in Europe (est. 2008)
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Put away the jasmine wreath: the smell is heavy in so small a place."
Her dark eyes had wandered from the book, but they did not seem to be enjoying the sunshine which pierced the screen of jasmine on the projecting porch at her right, and threw leafy shadows on her pale round cheek; they seemed rather to be searching for something that was not disclosed by the sunshine.
Both laid themselves down on the divan; chibouques with jasmine tubes and amber mouthpieces were within reach, and all prepared so that there was no need to smoke the same pipe twice.
When he opens it he is confronted with a dainty and exquisitely clean young Japanese lady in a simple blue cotton kimono printed cunningly with small white jasmine blossoms.
A row of orange and lemon trees and jasmines, planted in green tubs, stood on the fairly wide terrace.
Pipe milk foam and garnish with jasmine milk tapioca, pea tendrils, peas, and blood orange segments.
Jasmine started her working life as James Doherty but had a sex change operation in Thailand last year.
It can also have either a short, medium or long grain, while jasmine rice just has a long grain.
As presenter of A Place In The Sun, Jasmine spent 15 years matching Brits with their perfect homes abroad.
"Movement has always been a form of release for me, whether it was dancing on my toes as a ballet dancer or weight training," said Jasmine Alcantara, owner of Jasmine Yoga.
Inspector Tracy Harkins, from Paisley's community policing team, made a direct appeal to Jasmine to get in touch.