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Synonyms for Caspar

(New Testament) one of the three sages from the east who came bearing gifts for the infant Jesus


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Donna Golden, Client Finance Lead, Estate Section at Middlesbrough Council added, "Caspar has transformed the way we work!
Just before being whisked away in the van, Ellie and Caspar thrilled the waiting crowds as they shared a kiss outside the cathedral.
Ellie and Caspar thrilled the crowds by kissing outside the cathedral before being whisked away in the camper.
Caspar, a Chelsea Flower Show gold medal winner in 2006 and a winner of the top prize at the Shrewsbury Flower Show in 2012, will be on hand to share his gardening expertise.
Caspar Baldwin, who lives in Hadston, nearAmble, is the author of a new book, 'Not Just a Tomboy', which he describes as a 'trans-masculine memoir'.
Azerbaijan plans to purchase and build about 50 new vessels until 2025, Rauf Veliyev, the Chairman of the Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping (Caspar) Closed Joint-Stock Company said Oct.
Ascent Underwriting, the London-based cyber and specialty lines managing general agent (MGA), has appointed Caspar Stops as head of cyber.
Member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bakir IzetbegoviA received in an inaugural visit the Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to BiH, Reinout Caspar Vos.
CASPAR MacDonald Hall's Kingswinford-based London & Cambridge Properties has become one of the most active players on the Midlands property scene.
The city of Hamburg, Germany's data protection commissioner, Johannes Caspar, has ordered Facebook to stop collecting and storing data on WhatsApp users in Germany and to delete all information on about 35 million German users that already had been forwarded from WhatsApp.
Caspar Lee by Caspar Lee and Emily Riordan Lee (COMPILED BY WATERSTONES) EBOOKS 1.
Midway through the play, Franklin meets the American post-doctoral student Donald Caspar, with whom she'd exchanged letters.