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Related to CAPE: Cape Horn, Cape of Good Hope
AcronymDefinition
CAPECenter for the Army Profession and Ethic (US Army)
CAPEConvective Available Potential Energy
CAPECentre d'Accueil de la Presse Étrangère (French: Foreign Press Visitor Center)
CAPECouncil for American Private Education (Germantown, MD)
CAPEComputer Aided Process Engineering
CAPEChicago Arts Partnerships in Education (Illinois)
CAPECaribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination
CAPECoalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment
CAPEComputer Applications in Production and Engineering (conference)
CAPECreating A Positive Environment (training program)
CAPECommunity Alliances to Promote Education
CAPECommunauté d'Agglomération des Portes de l'Eure (French: Agglomeration Community of Portes de l'Eure; Eure, France)
CAPECareer and Professional Education Act (Florida, USA)
CAPECanadian Association of Professional Employees
CAPECenter for Advanced Pediatric Education (Stanford University)
CAPECyclically Adjusted Price Earnings
CAPECamarillo Academy of Progressive Education (Camarillo, CA)
CAPEComputer Aided Protection Engineering
CAPEColorado Association of Partners in Education
CAPEComputer-Aided Project Engineering
CAPEComputer-Aided Parametric Estimating
CAPECenter for Alternative Programs of Education (Shaw University, Raleigh, North Carolina)
CAPECitizen Advocates for Public Education
CAPECitizen Action by Public Employees
CAPECanadian Association for Physicians for the Environment
CAPEComputer-Aided Pattern Engineering
CAPECapacity Analysis and Performance Evaluation
CAPEConvection and Precipitation and Electrification (field project)
CAPECommunications Automatic Processing Equipment
CAPEColorado Association of Polygraph Examiners
CAPECivilian Application Programs Engineering
CAPEChristmas, Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday and Easter (Catholic slang)
CAPECTEIP Automated Presentation Enabler
CAPECertificat d'Aptitude au Professorat des Écoles Maternelles et Primaires (French)
CAPECapability & Proficiency Evaluation
CAPECentre d'Appui au Parc en Exploitation (French: Operating Plant Support Center)
CAPECost Assessment and Program Evaluation Office (US DoD)
CAPEContinuing and Professional Education (various locations)
References in classic literature ?
It is not to be wondered at, therefore, that Archibald's remark about his fiancee coming to live at Cape Pleasant should give him food for thought.
He reflected on it a good deal during the day, and, running across Sigsbee, a fellow Cape Pleasanter, after dinner that night at the Sybarites' Club, he spoke of the matter to him.
She's going to spend the summer at Cape Pleasant, Archie tells me.
There was a kind of quiver in the poor old chap's voice when he said: "She is coming to Cape Pleasant," which told me more than any words could have done.
It is very common over the whole of the temperate parts of the continent, as far south as the islands near Cape Horn.
Some of our officers likewise saw a herd apparently drinking the briny fluid from a salina near Cape Blanco.
Jago in the Cape de Verd Islands, I remember having seen in a ravine a retired corner covered with bones of the goat; we at the time exclaimed that it was the burial ground of all the goats in the island.
He thinks the cape is his enemy," explained Maria Valenzuela.
said Maria Valenzuela, as the bull charged bravely and the capador eluded it with a fling of his cape.
Suddenly they appeared forth, the capadores, five of them, from every side, their colored capes flinging wide.
The capadors stepped forth and flared their capes, but he refused to charge upon them.
At length the reflux of the tide, and the springing up of the wind, enabled them to quit their dangerous situation and take shelter in a small bay within Cape Disappointment, where they rode in safety during the residue of a stormy night, and enjoyed a brief interval of refreshing sleep.