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cope

a large ceremonial cloak worn at solemn liturgical functions by priests of certain Christian sects
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cope

[kōp]
(metallurgy)
The upper portion of a flask, mold, or pattern.
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cope

1. To cut or shape the end of a molded wood member so that it will cover and fit the contour of an adjoining member.
2. To notch a steel beam, channel, etc., so that another member may be fitted against it.
3. A coping.
4. To form a coping.
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Caption: View of "Dan Flavin, to Lucie Rie and Hans Coper, master potters," 2017.
Like Coper, Lucie Rie developed clays and glazes that make her work unique, producing porcelain and stoneware pieces for the table that she was often loathe to part with unless the buyer seemed worthy, judged usually over tea and cake.
They grouped different coping profiles using a factor analytic approach and found four coping profiles: approachers' avoiders' high generic copers' and low generic copers'.
They were measured in the injured legs of the coper and non-coper ACL-D and the matched knee of the healthy subjects.
Coper's work blurs the lines between vessel and sculpture.
Effective copers should be buffered against the negative consequences of stress by the implementation of their strategies.
Like Coper, he restricted his ceramic work to a single material--an unvarying mixture of two buff clays--and a limited colour palette, always based on majolica tin glaze combined with a dark glaze or colour wash.
It's S just a taster of what we can expect in the big shows in March." On show last night were Ku Design by Spendlove, Couture by Neil Paul Coper and Lola Loves Boutique Design Studio.
HANDS-ON - Katrina Coper, from Cramlington, in the Learning Village
It has something to do with watching a pot made by Hans Coper, a leading figure in the 20th century studio pottery movement, sell for pounds 9,000.