Fujin Sōgaku Jittai ( 婦人相学十躰 , "Ten physiognomies of women") and Fujo Ninsō Juppin ( 婦女人相十品 , "Ten classes of women's physiognomy") are the titles of what may have been two series of ukiyo-e prints designed by the Japanese artist Utamaro and published c. 1792–93 . Only five prints from one series and four from the other survive, and one print appears in both series, so that eight distinct prints are known. The two series may have been made up of the same prints, or they may have been the same series with a title change partway through publication.
Vallance William Crisp Jupp (27 March 1891 – 9 July 1960) was an amateur cricketer who played for Sussex and Northamptonshire. Jupp also played eight Test matches for England, and was named as one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 1928.
Pete Jupp is a British drummer/musician who played in the bands The English Rogues, Wildlife (with Steve Overland ), and Samson (with Merv Goldsworthy), before forming FM in 1984 with the (parenthetically) aforementioned musicians.
James Jupp AM (born 1932) is a British -Australian political scientist and author. He is Director of the Centre for Immigration and Multicultural Studies in the Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University and an Adjunct Professor of the RMIT University in Melbourne. He is an Australian citizen and resident of Canberra.
Eric Jupp (7 January 1922 – 2 January 2003) was a British-born musician, composer, arranger and conductor who gained wide popularity in Australia after settling there in the 1960s, hosting a long-running light music TV show and composing for film and TV. He is best remembered for his theme music to the TV series Skippy the Bush Kangaroo .
Gabrielle 'Gabby' Jupp (born 12 June 1997) is a British artistic gymnast. She trains at Sapphire School of Gymnastics Limited in Hemel Hempstead and is coached by Steve Price. Her best events are balance beam and floor exercise. Gabby Jupp was a torch bearer in the London 2012 Olympic torch relay where she ran with the Olympic flame through Harrow, London.