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Scape

 

an elongate, usually leafless part of the stem of a plant that ends in a flower (for example, in tulips) or in an inflorescence (for example, in primroses and dandelions).

apophyge

apophyge, 2
apophyge, 1
1. That part of a column where the shaft of the column springs from its base or where the shaft terminates at its capital; usually molded in a concave sweep; also called a scape or congé.
2. The hollow (i.e., scotia) beneath the echinus of some Classical capitals.
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Gingrich evoked another laugh by singling out some of Lyndon Johnson's antipoverty programs of the 1960s as goats to be scaped.
not blasted or scaped down to bare clay wild bush a steady pulse
Those that scaped the fire were slain with the sword; some hewed to peeces, others rune throw with their rapiers, so as they were quickly dispatchte, and very few escaped .
Dikshit had said the roads were to be street- scaped, strengthened and made green.
The four bedrooms are all doubles and there are two bathrooms, while outside there are land scaped gardens to the front, sides and rear.
The office can be sub-divided so each wing can be separately let and has raised-access floors, air-conditioning, 24-hour security, concierge and high car parking ratios in a beautifully-land- scaped setting off Queensway on the banks of River Team.
After Hampshire had scaped to their first victory over Australia for almost 90 years, Smith declared: "I cannot thank Steve Waugh enough for the way he made sure his team approached this game," he said.
Two years on, the place has become a haven for Indie artists around the globe to play rock, reggae, electronica, dub- step, folk rock, and any other genre, under its blue sound- scaped interiors.