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  1. Cape Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    Webnoun (1) ˈkāp. often attributive. Synonyms of cape. 1. : a point or extension of land jutting out into water as a peninsula or as a projecting point. 2. often capitalized : cape cod cottage. …

  2. cape | National Geographic Society

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    WebA cape is a high point of land that extends into a river, lake, or ocean. Some capes, such as the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa, are parts of large landmasses. Others, such as Cape Hatteras in the U.S. state of North Carolina, are parts of islands. Peninsulas are similar to capes. Most geographers consider capes to be smaller than peninsulas.

  3. Cape - Wikipedia

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    WebIn raingear, a cape is usually a long and roomy protective garment worn to keep one dry in the rain. Use in formal wear. In full evening dress, ladies frequently use the cape as a fashion statement, or to protect the wearer or the fine fabrics of their evening-wear from the elements, especially where a coat would crush—or hide—the garment. These capes may be short (over the shoulders or to the waist) or a full-length cloak.

  4. Cape Town | History, Population, Map, Climate, & Facts

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    WebJan 6, 2023 · Cape Town, city and seaport, legislative capital of South Africa and capital of Western Cape province. The city lies at the northern end of the Cape Peninsula some 30 miles (50 kilometres), at its southernmost boundary, north of the Cape of Good Hope. Because it was the site of the first European settlement in South Africa, Cape Town is known as the country’s “mother city.”

  5. CAPE | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    Webcape noun [C] (COAT) a type of loose coat without sleeves that is fastened at the neck and hangs from the shoulders. rudall30/iStock/Getty Images Plus/GettyImages. SMART …

  6. Cape (geography) - Wikipedia

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    WebIn geography, a cape is a headland or a promontory of large size extending into a body of water, usually the sea. [1] A cape usually represents a marked change in trend of the coastline, often making them important landmarks in sea navigation.

  7. OSD CAPE

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    WebThe Office of Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation (CAPE) was established in 2009 as part of the Weapon Systems Acquisition Reform Act (WSARA). The origins of the office date to 1961 with the establishment of the Office of Systems Analysis, which became the Office of Program Evaluation and Analysis in the mid-1970s.

  8. CAPE Ratio (Shiller PE Ratio): Definition, Formula, Uses, Example

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    WebOct 23, 2020 · The CAPE ratio is used to analyze a publicly held company's long-term financial performance while considering the impact of different economic cycles on the company's earnings.

  9. CAPE | About CAPE

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    WebWith over 23,000 members, the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) is the third-largest federal public service union in Canada — dedicated to advocating on behalf of federal employees in the Economics and Social Science Services (EC) and Translation (TR) groups, as well as employees of the Library of Parliament (LoP), the Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer (OPBO) and civilian members of the RCMP (ESS and TRL).

  10. Home — CAPE

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    WebCAPE is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. Phone-alt Linkedin Copyright © 2022 CAPE | …