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Definitions

  1. The cape is a bit sloppier.
  2. The cape is a nice added touch, I must say. (Web site)
  3. The cape is a marvelous confection of texture and color.
  4. The cape is a longer length, measuring approximately 34" long. (Web site)
  5. The Cape is a popular destination, especially in July and August.

Cape Town

  1. Saldanha Bay, northwest of Cape Town, is the largest port on the west coast of Africa. (Web site)
  2. Cape Town became a major port as a way station for East Indies trade. (Web site)
  3. The famous Garden Route tour from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town can also be arranged.
  4. Much of South Africa's industry is concentrated on the Witwatersrand, although Durban, Port Elizabeth, and Cape Town are also major industrial cities. (Web site)
  5. Broadly speaking, GGP per person is highest, more than R16 000 per year, in and around Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, East London, Durban and Richards Bay.

Capes

  1. STEP 5: Turn the cape right side out and press.
  2. Cucullus: Hooded cape or cloak.
  3. All you need is a cape and some dye. (Web site)
  4. Some want to shed the outer "Superman" cape.
  5. Charm is everywhere within this circa 1830 Cape style Inn.

Western Cape

  1. The University of the Western Cape (1960), in Bellville, is attended mostly by Coloureds. (Web site)
  2. Growers and exporters of the finest proteas from the Western Cape region of South Africa. (Web site)

National

  1. No trip to Cape Cod would be complete without a visit to the National Seashore.
  2. The people at the National Seashore keep the Cape-s wildlife habitats pristine and protected.
  3. The recently proclaimed Cape Peninsula National Park should contribute to better management of the region-s natural attractions.

Fishing

  1. We have the finest fly fishing and light tackle charters available on Cape Cod.
  2. See Fishing the Cape for the newest in fishing apparel including ORVIS clothing, accessories and flies.

Hood

  1. Includes cape with attached hood.
  2. In Oxford, the bachelors' and masters' hoods have lost their cape.
  3. The traditional "full-shaped" hood consists of a cape and a cowl, as is used at Cambridge.

Province

  1. The Western Cape is a province in the south west of South Africa. (Web site)
  2. The Western Cape Province---s total GDP is the third-highest contribution to the country---s total, at 14.6%.
  3. The Cape Film and Video Foundation, founded in 1993, actively promotes the Cape provinces as locations for international filmmaking. (Web site)
  4. The province also boasts two internationally acclaimed universities, namely Stellenbosch University and the University of Cape Town. (Web site)
  5. In southern Western Cape Province, rain falls mostly in the winter months, and soils there form slowly and are generally thin and immature. (Web site)

Beaches

  1. Eastham is known for having the most spectacular beaches on the Cape.
  2. Not all Cape Cod beaches (and there are a ton) charge an admission fee, although most do charge to enter.
  3. Stone Harbor is an upscale Resort Town in Cape May County New Jersey with large private white sand beaches and home of the Wetlands Institute.

Eastern

  1. These problems are prevalent in the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal. (Web site)
  2. The region extends 195 km from Bokpunt, near Atlantis, to Cape Hangklip, the eastern headland of False Bay.
  3. The Wild Coast, however, contributes only a small proportion to the economy of the Eastern Cape.
  4. The British along the eastern Cape frontier encroached on Xhosa lands, causing several bloody wars. (Web site)

Cape Cod

  1. There's something about the quaint charm of Cape Cod's islands that beckons lovers.
  2. The phrase, "Cape Cod and the Islands," refers to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, two islands off the Cape's coast.

Lined

  1. The cape is done in a goldtone color and is lined in dark brown. (Web site)
  2. The cape is fully lined and has a label which reads, "Furs - Richlind Mfg. (Web site)

Velvet

  1. Includes: Velvet cape and hood.
  2. The lower edge of the cape is bound with green silk velvet and bordered with black lace ruffles.

Coloured

  1. The Cape Coloured were disfranchised, and the courts' power in constitutional areas was curbed. (Web site)
  2. In Cape Colony the Coloured and a few black Africans could vote, a right not available in the other three provinces. (Web site)

Closure

  1. Full length reversible cape with gold button closure.
  2. The cape has a center front opening with only the neck tie for a closure. (Web site)

Condition

  1. The upper portion of the cape and the hood is in wonderful condition. (Web site)
  2. The gown and cape are still in sturdy condition; however both have some moth damage and spotting. (Web site)
  3. The cape is in very good condition; however there is some wear to the fur along the collar and front edge. (Web site)
  4. The vintage cape is in very good condition, but it does have some minor staining and a few small moth holes. (Web site)

Fur

  1. Poly-blend fabric cape with fur accent trim and hand muff.
  2. Full cape in gabardine, trimmed with luxurious white imitation fur and metallic braid.

Pleats

  1. The cape is black and has a horizontal striped design which is created with tiny horizontal pleats. (Web site)
  2. The bottom portion of the cape is made up of wider pleats with an openwork design between each pleat. (Web site)

Lobster

  1. Nearly every restaurant on the Cape serves lobster.
  2. If you'll be staying on the Lower Cape (that's the outermost area), consider The Lobster Pot in Provincetown (321 Commercial Street, 508-487-0842).

Horizontal

  1. The hood is attached to a horizontal band which is attached to the cape. (Web site)
  2. It is fitted through the shoulders and has a horizontal fur band which crosses the back of the cape - from side seam to side seam. (Web site)

Approximately

  1. The cape measures approximately 50" long and is displayed on a dress form with a 34" bustline. (Web site)
  2. The cape falls to approximately ankle length and ties at the neckline with two simple ties which are sewn to the inside lining of the cape. (Web site)

Rain

  1. Unlike most rain coats, the Inverness cape has no sleeves.
  2. The rain cape is like a poncho but tailored to fit you in your riding position on the bicycle. (Web site)

Cape

  1. Tulle yoke and cape sleeves.
  2. The Cape of Good Hope in southern Africa has been the Cape since 1667. (Web site)
  3. The region is widely held to be the centre of the Cape Floral Kingdom, commonly known as fynbos.
  4. The cape is very small in size and would fit a size 2 to 4 - maybe even a size 6 with small shoulders. (Web site)
  5. Prior to the formation of the Union of South Africa in 1910, it was called the Cape Colony (see the History of Cape Colony). (Web site)

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