Cape


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cape

a headland or promontory

Cape

the
1. the SW region of South Africa, in Western Cape province

Cape

 

the part of a shoreline that projects into a sea, lake, or river. It may be composed of bedrock or alluvium. In the latter case, capes are usually low and represent the tips of coastal aggradational forms.

cape

[kāp]
(geography)
A prominent point of land jutting into a body of water. Also known as head; headland; mull; naze; ness; point; promontory.
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ABF Deputy Commissioner Operations, Michael Outram said the completion of the state-of-the-art Cape Class vessels was an excellent example of government cooperation with Australian industry.
Virgin Atlantic operates flights from Johannesburg to London throughout the year, and from Cape Town to London from October to March, when British holidaymakers plan to visit Cape Town's warm beaches.
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Cape Wind supporters say the first-in-the-nation project will launch a new American clean energy industry, while opponents say it will only enrich a private developer and ruin a natural treasure.
Cape May marks New Jersey's southern tip, where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean.
Cape Verde's strategic location on the maritime and aerial routes between mainland Africa, Europe, and South America makes it an attractive transit point for drug shipments from the Caribbean, Venezuela, Colombia, and Brazil en route to Europe.
Airline launches daily, non-stop link between Dubai and Cape Town
Out of the winning Clantime mare Cape Merino, the foal is a half-brother to top-class sprinter Cape Of Good Hope, winner of the Group 1 Golden Jubilee Stakes, and also a Group 1 winner in Australia.
The Military Ocean Terminal, Sunny Point (MOTSU), relinquished possession of historic Fort Johnston at the mouth of the Cape Fear River to the City of Southport on September 8, 2006 after the federal government formally conveyed the property to its new owner.