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AcronymDefinition
CAPESCoordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (Brasil)
CAPESCertificat d'Aptitude au Professorat de l'Enseignement Secondaire (French: Certificate of Aptitude for Teaching Staff of Secondary Education)
CAPESCertificat d'Aptitude au Professorat de l'Enseignement du Second Degré
CAPESComputer-Aided Paperless Examination System (India)
CAPESCertificado de Aptitud Pedagógica Para La Enseñanza Secundaria (Spanish: Certificate of Fitness Education for Secondary Education)
CAPESCombined Arms Planning & Execution Monitoring System
CAPESComputational Administrative Professional And Engineering Services
CAPESContainment Atmosphere Purge Exhaust System
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The capadors teased the bull their capes, and when it charged them they ran toward the horse and into their shelters.
The capador stepped to the side, with a twirl of the cape eluding the bull and spreading the cape on his own shoulders.
Again the capadore eluded him, throwing the cape on his shoulders, and again the audience applauded.
He thinks the cape is his enemy," explained Maria Valenzuela.
By the way, her family have taken a cottage at Cape Pleasant for the summer.
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.
As we proceed further southward the sea is seldom phosphorescent; and off Cape Horn I do not recollect more than once having seen it so, and then it was far from being brilliant.
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.
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.