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jaspé

[zha′spā]
(textiles)
Fabric which has a series of faint stripes formed by light, medium, and dark threads of the same color.

jaspé

Mottled and marbled to resemble variegated stone, and to mask signs of use; e.g., jaspé linoleum.
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Now an experienced coach herself, Jaspa was chosen to feature in the RDA's 50 Faces campaign to mark the association's 50th anniversary.
The document was shared at the national conferences of the ASACCU and at the JASPA to seek feedback from those persons who would be directly responsible for implementation, including the SSAO.
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