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  1. JASPER has been remanufacturing quality products since 1942 and today we are the nation's largest remanufacturer of gas and diesel engines, transmissions, differentials, rear axle assemblies, air and fuel components, marine engines, sterndrives, performance engines, and electric motors. JASPER's 2,300+ Associates and 50 branch and distributor locations are committed to providing you with the perfect product.

  2. Jasper National Park is home to some of the most charming and authentic cabin properties in the Canadian Rockies and provides the perfect Rocky Mountain Getaway for enthusiastic explorers. Stay in one of these unique lodgings, which pair heritage aesthetic with modern comforts.

  3. jasper. noun. jas· per ˈjas-pər. : an opaque mineral that occurs in several colors and is used for making ornamental objects (as vases) especially : green chalcedony. jaspery. -pə-rē. adjective.

  4. The name Jasper is primarily a male name of English origin that means Treasurer. Common nicknames for the name Jasper include Jasp, Jazz, and Jas. Jasper is a form of the name Casper. It is also the name of a semi-precious stone and one of the Three Magi in the Christian bible. Famous Jaspers include artist Jasper Johns, and Jasper Packard, 19th century U.S. representative from the state of Indiana.

  5. Jasper is an ancient gemstone, and is mentioned in the bible and other classical sources. Though fairly common and affordable today, Jasper in antiquity was regarded as a valuable stone. USES Jasper is generally an inexpensive gemstone when used in jewelry. It is cut and polished into cabochon s, and used as beads for necklaces and bracelets.

  6. Rainbow Jasper, also called Fancy Jasper or Multi-colored Jasper, is a steady wholesome healer, resonating with all the chakras to bring balance to the physical body, and focus to the mind and intellect. It tempers procrastination and helps organize an overactive mind into more linear thought, preventing one from getting caught up in worry over the past or future, and inspiring one to work through issues of the present.

  7. Description: Jasper originated as a variation of the Latin Gaspar, which ultimately derived from the Persian word ganzabara, meaning "bringer of treasure." As a given name, Jasper’s etymology is unrelated to that of the gemstone, which comes from a Semitic word meaning "speckled stone." Jasper is the usual English form for one of the Three Wise Men who brought gifts to the infant Christ according to medieval tradition and appears in the Bible as a reference to the stone itself in ...

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