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Caspar traditionally the name of one of the three Magi.

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Caspar

Caspar: see Wise Men of the East.

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Caspar

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Caspar

Caspar (or CASPAR) (ˈkæspɑː) Physics Cambridge analog simulator for predicting atomic reactions

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