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Definition of Coped
Coped Coped, a.
Clad in a cope.
CopCop Cop (k[o^]p), n. [AS. cop; cf. G. kopf head. Cf. Cup,
1. The top of a thing; the head; a crest. [Obs.]
Cop they used to call The tops of many hills.
2. A conical or conical-ended mass of coiled thread, yarn, or
roving, wound upon a spindle, etc.
3. A tube or quill upon which silk is wound.
4. (Mil. Arch.) Same as Merlon.
5. A policeman. [Slang]
Cop waste, a kind of cotton waste, composed chiefly of
remnants of cops from which the greater part of the yarn
has been unwound.
Meaning of Coped from wikipedia
- anti****ting what it will be like and preparing
for how one is going
with it. Social coping recognises
are bedded within
- The cope
(known in Latin
'rain coat' or cappa
'cape') is a liturgical
vestment, more precisely
a long mantle
or cloak, open in front
to: Hans Coper
(1920–1981), German-born British studio potter Coper
, Boyacá, town and muni****lity in the Colombian Department
is a surname
and the plural
of the word cope
. Notable people called Copes
include: Elizabeth Copes
(born 1976), Argentinian judoka
to: Cadena COPE
, the Spanish private national radio
of the Spanish Catholic Church Canadian Office
and Professional Employees
Union, a Canadian...
- The Cope
, or the Templecrone Agricultural
Talmhaíochta agus Sóisialta Theampall
Cróine), is a co-operative retail...
- The Cope reaction
, is an elimination reaction
of the N-oxide to form an alkene
and a hydroxylamine. The...
- A cope
is a type of religious
may also refer
, Colorado, an unincorporated community Cope
, Indiana, an unincorporated
- The Cope rearrangement
is an extensively studied organic reaction involving
the [3,3]-sigmatropic rearrangement
of 1,5-dienes. It was developed
- In foundry
work, the terms cope
and drag refer respectively
to the top and bottom parts
of a two-part casting
flask, used in sand casting. The flask
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