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Pápa

(pä`pŏ), town (1991 est. pop. 33,500), W Hungary, in a grain- and beet-growing area. It is an industrial town; textiles, cigars, and footwear are among the major products. Pápa has several churches, a Protestant theological college, and an 18th-century château built by Count Maurice Esterházy.

Pápa

 

a city in Hungary, in the county of Veszprém. Population, 27,800 (1970). Pápa has textile and food-processing enterprises, as well as enterprises that produce electrical household appliances.

papa

NZ rare. a soft blue-grey clay of marine siltstone or sandstone
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If I could but have Papa and Mamma, and the rest of them here, I suppose I should be too happy
My papa play for his wedding, and he give my papa fine gun, and my papa give you.
No, papa," said Eva, putting it gently away, "don't deceive yourself
I have no secrets from papa -- what business has papa to have secrets from me
He has mastered papa's weaknesses, fostered them, and taken advantage of them, until - to say all that I mean in a word, Trotwood, - until papa is afraid of him.
But in the meantime, sir, no false pride; we must stay with our friends; we must sponge a while on Papa Van Tromp, who has sponged so often upon us.
Mamma thought of asking her if she would mind taking another when she came; but papa thought she might object.
Vincy's belief that Rosamond could manage her papa was well founded.
I still think it is, Tom; and perhaps your papa and mamma would think so too, if they thought much about it.
I am sure," said she, "that dear mother would like papa to do whatever would make him most happy.
She was only sixteen, and he was perfectly splendid; and she has plenty of money, and every one talked about it; and when she went anywhere, people looked, you know, and she liked it; but her papa is an old poke, so he 's sent them all away.
One of them was a Little, Small, Wee Bear; and one was a Middle- sized Bear, and the other was a Great, Huge Bear"--and from the way it is told, I think we may be sure that Uncle Robert or comical papa often told stories with a circle of eager, bright faces round him.