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cope

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

cope

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

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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When dyadic coping takes place, couples cope as a single entity.
Cut the "straightaway" with a miter saw for a faster, straighter cope.
Simulation results prove the theorem introduced in [4] which stated that COPEs maximum coding gain is 2, which is achievable as N grows larger i.
You want to measure coping but your protocol's too long: Consider the Brief COPE.
In addition, the way in which people choose to cope is influenced by the evaluation of perceived options for coping.
Coping with a chronic illness like cancer may require the couple to proceed through a number of these cycles as they first cope with the acute stress of the diagnosis and then later cope with the demands of living with cancer over subsequent years.
The women were participants in a larger study that examined the ways in which women with disabling conditions cope with various individual and social dimensions.
Therefore both husband and wife experience role strain and have to cope with the competing role demands between careers and home life.
Right now I'm looking into this,'' said Dave Cope, who was not at the game.
Although more coping strategies were employed in relation to personality changes, Seeking Social-Support, and Cognitive Reappraisal were used significantly less by carets to cope with personality changes.
manufacturers of the COPES family of software solutions for the convenience store industry.
By analyzing reams of medical-test data from several scientists' studies of the Tibetan and Andean highlanders, Beall has found similarities and differences between the two native groups in how they cope with low oxygen.