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Japheth

(jā`fĕth), in the Bible, son of Noah and ancestor of those who were to occupy the isles of the Gentiles. This has been supposed to mean the Mediterranean lands of Europe and Asia Minor.

Japheth

Old Testament the second son of Noah, traditionally regarded as the ancestor of a number of non-Semitic nations (Genesis 10:1--5)
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Japhet is ante-post favourite for the race and Jair Du Cochet went top of the betting pile for theTriumph Hurdle after his runaway win at Cheltenham a year ago.
Then Conor O'Dwyer, then Harbour Pilot, and, eventually, Japhet, subdued after somersaulting the fence that catches them out.
Another French-bred five-year-old, Jimmy Tennis, was beaten four lengths by Japhet over an extended two miles at Auteuil last May.
As Frosty Canyon is far from foot-perfect and could get himself tailed off round here, and Japhet may not be suited by the ground or the track, there could be an upset and it may be worth having a punt on Paul Nicholls' Valley Henry at the 16-1 on offer.
JAPHET provides trainer Guillaume Macaire with a live chance of a first victory at the Festival when he lines up in today's Royal & SunAlliance Chase.
MyHeritage was established in 2003 by Israeli CEO Gilad Japhet to enable users to create family trees and trace their family history using detailed historical records and cross-referencing with other family trees.
While passing condolences to his family and friends, leaders in Meru asked Vice-Chancellor Japhet Magambo to step aside to pave way for an investigation into student unrest at the university.
Provincial Agriculturist Japhet Masculino said other local government units have yet to submit reports of damage in their areas.
The name of the included Lukman Arowolo 21, Iyanuoluwa Gift 21, Olayinka Oyewole 21, Aladejebi Temitope 35, Oluwadare Gbenga 26, and Japhet Samuel 21.
Alvin Pavor and aided by 19 volunteer divers on board FB Prince Japhet are now scouring the high seas in an effort to locate and rescue the fishermen.
They included Peter Awin, founder of Cow Tribe (Ghana); Japhet Sekenya, CEO of BIOTET (Tanzania); Tendai Mugovi, founder of Sorghum World (Zimbabwe); and Oluwayimika Adelaja, founder of Fresh Direct (Nigeria).
The firm said that it has appointed Japhet Justine to the position.