You don't suppose there is any way you can induce Jaspers to keep his hands off until then?
The coach came up from the Jaspers' and Hanny was put inside.
"I fancy a hundred dollars would make Jaspers relax a whole lot of rules," he replied, and he got up to go.
Looking into Jaspers angry face, he tried now to speak of Mary.
Truthfully speaking marbles are of lime formation, while granites and Jaspers and many others are not.
We must get him to the houseto Jaspers, she urged, tremulously.
The high altar is composed of rich marbles, agates, and Jaspers of great rarity, the produce of this kingdom.
First off, you figger how to catch them Jaspers with the goods an' lock 'em up.
What is said regarding the imitation of granites, porphyries and Jaspers?
"That's all right, Mr. Cowperwood," said Jaspers, getting up.
precious stone, c.1300, from Anglo-French jaspre, Old French jaspre, jaspe, from Latin iaspidem (nominative iaspis), from Greek iaspis "jasper," via an Oriental language (cf. Hebrew yashpeh, Akkadian yashupu).
masc. proper name, English form of Caspar or of Gaspar, the traditional name of one of the Three Kings. Said by Klein to be of Persian origin and meaning literally "treasure-holder." Used from 1896 for "a rustic simpleton."
(Heb. yashpheh, "glittering"), a gem of various colours, one of the twelve inserted in the high priest's breast-plate (Ex. 28:20). It is named in the building of the New Jerusalem (Rev. 21:18, 19). It was "most precious," "clear as crystal" (21:11). It was emblematic of the glory of God (4:3).