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Jago is a player character in the Killer Instinct fighting game series created by Rare. Introduced in the original Killer Instinct in 1994, he has appeared in every entry in the series to date. A monk who fights with the aid of a mysterious tiger spirit, Jago is the male protagonist of the series, along with his older sister Orchid.
Jago (born 12 November 1979) is a children's book illustrator based in Wadebridge, Cornwall, UK. He attended Falmouth College of Art from 2000 - 2003. He has produced digital illustrations for a variety of publishers: Barefoot Books, Oxford University Press, Mantra Lingua and Zondervan.
The Jesus Storybook Bible, written by Sally Lloyd-Jones and illustrated by Jago has sold two million copies in 19 languages. In 2015 it was included in the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA) Top 100 Best-sellers list.
In September 2014 Jago exhibited commissioned work at The Cruel & Curious Sea exhibition in the National Trust maintained barns of Stowe Barton in North Cornwall.
Jago was a British company making a range of kit cars principally Jeep styled between 1965 and 1997. It was based in Chichester, West Sussex.
Geoff Jago founded a company called Geoff Jago Custom Automotive in 1965 making Street Rod type vehicles. In 1971 he made the vehicle for which the company became most famous, the Geep. This used glass fibre panels moulded off an original World War II Willys Jeep and fitted to a chassis with Ford Anglia 105E mechanical parts. An alternative version using Morris Minor parts was added in 1974 and a Ford Escort version in 1976.
The company name was changed to Jago Automotive in 1979.
The Ford Escort based Samuri, a four seat, beach buggy type vehicle costing £795 plus tax for the kit was announced in 1983.
The Geep name changed to Sandero in 1991 to avoid any copyright issues.
The last Sandero kits were made around 1997 at Jago automotive.
The Sandero 4x4 kit is available from Belfield 4x4 Engineering.
This version is based around a Land Rover.
Jago is a Cornish name most commonly found as a surname, though also used as a forename. It is derived from the Cornish for the name Jacob or James. The surname dates back to the early 13th century. Jago may refer to:
JAGO is the only manned German research submersible. The submersible and the crew K. Hissmann and the pilot J. Schauer is located since 1. January 2006 at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel. The former owner was zoologist Hans Fricke from the Max Planck Institute for Behavioral Physiology in Seewiesen, Bavaria. JAGO can dive up to 400m and can carry one pilot and one observer. It can probe organisms, rock, gas and liquids. Furthermore it can be used as rescue and recovery vehicle for the northern baltic sea area. Due to the multidisciplinary connection between the GEOMAR and the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, scientists from the Cluster of Excellence " The Future Ocean" have occasionally access to the submersible.