Jasmine

[JavaScript framework] Jasmine is an open source testing framework for JavaScript. It aims to run on any JavaScript-enabled platform, to not intrude on the application nor the IDE, and to have easy-to-read syntax. It is heavily influenced by other unit testing frameworks, such as ScrewUnit, JSSpec, JSpec, and RSpec. == Usage == Jasmine has ...
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Jasmine

[American singer] Jasmine Sagginario (born September 1, 1994), also known as Jasmine, is an American pop musician. Jasmine is best known for winning Radio Disney`s 2009 N.B.T. (Next Big Thing) competition. She was a featured artist for TBN`s iShine KNECT, providing the show`s original theme song. To date, Jasmine has released one album unde...
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Jasmine

[color] The color jasmine is a pale tint of yellow, displayed at right. It is a representation of the average color of the more yellowish lower part of the pale yellowish white colored jasmine flower. The first recorded use of jasmine as a color name in English was in 1925. ==In human culture== ===Politics=== ...
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Jasmine

[given name] Jasmine is a feminine given name. It refers to the scented flowering plant, jasmine. The name has been popular in a number of countries in recent years. In the United States, it first entered the top 1,000 list of most popular names in 1973. It has remained among the top 100 names given to American girls since 1986, and was ran...
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Jasmine

[Japanese singer] Jasmine (stylized as JASMINE) (born May 19, 1989), is a Japanese singer, songwriter and producer whose real given name is あすみ. She is represented by Sony Music Japan, and is a DJ for the Japanese radio station J-Wave. In June 2009, she released her debut single `Sad to Say`. Described as `the next Hikaru Utada`, Jasm...
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Jasmine

HMS Jasmine was a British Flower Class corvette of 980 tons displacement launched in 1941. HMS Jasmine was powered by two 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 16 knots. She carried a complement of 85 and was armed with one 4-inch dual-purpose gun; two 20 mm anti-aircraft guns and Hedgehog multiple spigot mortar.
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Jasmine

[Finnish singer] Jasmine Tatjana Anette Valentin (stage name Jasmine, born Helsinki, 22 August 1976) is a Finnish Romani singer. She represented Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996 by song Niin kaunis on taivas and became 23rd. After Eurovision she gigged in different countries like in Turkey, Spain and Greece. ...
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Jasmine

(Jasminum) These are tropical, sub-tropical and hardy, deciduous and evergreen shrubs or climbing plants. They mainly produce yellow or white, often very fragrant flowers. They grow wild in Asia and other various regions. Many are excellent garden plants, especially the hardy varieties. J. nudiflorum, the Winter Jasmine, is a hardy, climbing variet...
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jasmine

[n] - any of several shrubs and vines of the genus Jasminum chiefly native to Asia
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Jasmine

Jas'mine noun [ French jasmin , Spanish jazmin , Arabic yāsmīn , Pers. yāsmīn ; confer Italian gesmino , gelsomino . Confer Jessamine .] (Botany) A shrubby plant of the genus Jasminum , bearing flowers of a p...
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jasmine

<botany> A shrubby plant of the genus Jasminum, bearing flowers of a peculiarly fragrant odour. The J. Officinale, common in the south of Europe, bears white flowers. The Arabian jasmine is J. Sambac, and, with J. Angustifolia, comes from the East Indies. The yellow false jasmine in the Gelseminum sempervirens (see Gelsemium). Several other p...
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Jasmine

• (n.) A shrubby plant of the genus Jasminum, bearing flowers of a peculiarly fragrant odor. The J. officinale, common in the south of Europe, bears white flowers. The Arabian jasmine is J. Sambac, and, with J. angustifolia, comes from the East Indies. The yellow false jasmine in the Gelseminum sempervirens (see Gelsemium). Several other plant...
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jasmine

any member of the genus Jasminum of the olive family (Oleaceae), which contains 225–450 tropical and subtropical species of fragrant, flowering, ...
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Jasmine

Jasmine is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `Jasmine, Fragrant Flower` Where is it used? The name Jasmine is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Jasmyn ( In English (Modern) )Jasm In ( In English (Modern) )Yazm In ( In English (Modern) )Yasmine ( In English) Yasmina ( In English) Jessamine ( In English) Jazm In ( In...
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Jasmine

Black Pouchong tea scented with jasmine flowers.
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jasmine

jasmine (jăs'min, jăz–) or jessamine (jes'umin) , any plant of the genus Jasminum of the family Oleaceae (olive family). The genus, which includes shrubs and clambering plants, is an Old World group, chiefly of tropical and subtropical regions but cultivated elsewhere, outd...
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Jasmine

Jasmine is an Asian plant of the oleaceae family. It is a slender shrub or woody climber. The flowers are tubular with spreading lobes and the fruit is a berry.
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jasmine

Any of a group of subtropical plants with white or yellow flowers. The common jasmine (J. officinale) has fragrant pure white flowers that yield jasmine oil, used in perfumes; the Chinese winter jasmine (J. nudiflorum) has bright yellow flowers that appear before the leaves. (Genus Jasminum
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jasmine

black tea scented with jasmine flowers, typically made with green Pouchong tea as the base
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Jasmine

[Taiwanese singer] Jasmine ({zh|c=庭竹|p=Tíng Zhú}; born January 5, 1981), also known as Ting Chu, is a singer-songwriter who made her debut in the Taiwanese music industry in 2007. She has a contract under start-up recording company HummingBird Music, the same company Hong Kong-based band Soler belongs to. ==Early life== Jasmine was bo...
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Jasmine

[family] The Jasmine family is an American family notable for its entrepreneurial endeavors in the U.S. Northeast. The family garnered modest prominence through its business as the major distributor of fresh produce in Reconstruction era New York City. Until the 1920s, the Jasmine food goods trade became an innovator in using the railroads ...
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Jasmine

[disambiguation] Jasmine is a flowering shrub of the genus Jasminum. Jasmine may also refer to: ==Botany== A number of plants unrelated to Jasminum, including: ==Computing== ==Music== ==People== ==Politics== ==Other uses== ...
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Jasmine

[Angel] Jasmine is a fictional character in the fourth season of the television series Angel. She is portrayed for much of the season by Charisma Carpenter (as the goddess is possessing the character of Cordelia Chase), but when she acquires her own body she is portrayed by Gina Torres, who also appeared in Joss Whedon`s Firefly as Zoe Wash...
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Jasmine

Jasmine (taxonomic name Jasminum əm) is a genus of shrubs and vines in the olive family (Oleaceae). It contains around 200 species native to tropical and warm temperate regions of Europe, Asia, and Africa. Jasmines are widely cultivated for the characteristic fragrance of their flowers. A number of unrelated plants contain the word `Jasmine` in.....
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Jasmine

black tea scented with jasmine flowers, typically made with green Pouchong tea as the base
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