Her elder sister, jasmine, on the other hand, started her own fashion line, jasmine Di Milo, within Harrods in 2003.
Nasim Pedrad looked exactly like jasmine, and Kristen Wiig channeled her best Lohan as a Cinderella who is a “huge ---ing mess.”
The jasmine Revolutions that began in Tunis and then exploded in Tahrir Square this winter have many causes.
This is a topic that 19-year-old jasmine Villegas, a singer and a survivor of an abusive relationship, already knows about.
All the flowers which he saw were Hindu: the champa, keora, and jasmine.
"It would be rather jolly," Vibart suggested with a glance at jasmine.
It is months and months since I have seen a magnolia or jasmine.'
His eyes wandered to the three windows of jasmine and mimosa and his expression grew serious as he saw no one there.
Find out, Karnapūraka, whether the mantle is perfumed with jasmine or not.
"I don't know what my sister would feel about it," said jasmine.
1570s, from French jasmin (Middle French jessemin), from Arabic yas(a)min, from Persian yasmin (cf. Greek iasme, iasmelaion, name of a Persian perfume). The plant first was grown in England 16c.