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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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Even more, with their ordinary human alter egos, these comic book deities allow the nerdy Walter Mitty in readers everywhere to imagine themselves as caped crusaders.
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Thousands of children surged around the gleaming Batmobile and rushed towards the Caped Crusader but the two super-heroes managed to escape into the store.
Fast forward four decades and the erstwhile childhood caped crusader has found himself the writer behind a new re-working of the comic book legend coming to the Echo Arena.
Like Barbie, the five stunners changed constantly into various guises ranging from street-style Cheryl to pole-dancing Nicola, hotpant Nadine, showgirl Kimberley and caped fantasy woman Sarah.
THE VERDICT: Batman is back and, while never the most cheerful of chappies, his bloody encounters with the Joker push him even more towards the dark side, to the extent the caped crusader becomes known as the Dark Knight.
P, he also suggests family butler Alfred could be the Caped Crusader's real father.
Two of my favourites were The Long Walk by Slavomir Rawicz, about a group of prisoners whose caped from Siberia and walked to India, an inspiring tale of courage and endurance and true.
95), with its moist slices of chicken breast caped in a rich, brown sauce studded with finely diced vegetables.
The jokes in Kinka Usher's comic farce about seven wannabe caped crusaders aren't always super, but this Walter Mitty of a film has its charms--most particularly its cast.
Sequence in question is a large-scale "orgy" scene in which Tom Cruise's caped and masked character walks from room to room through an enormous mansion observing the "depraved" activities of the elite guests.
Lang's ads have always been delightfully obtuse, quirkily artful - his smiling, dumpy caped crusader (photographed by Juergen Teller) advertised what, capes?