Caps

Caps is the plural of the form of headgear cap. Caps may also refer to:

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Logos And Uniforms Of The Boston Red Sox - Caps
... The Red Sox typically feature a navy cap with a red "B" in ornate lettering ... been a Red Sox standard for a majority of their existence, though from 1975 through 1978 the caps were red with a blue brim, and the "B" in blue with white ... In 2009, the alternate "Hanging Sox" logo caps were unveiled, and were paired with the alternate uniforms ...
South Wales Police RFC - Notable Former Players
... Bleddyn Bowen (23 caps), captained Wales whilst playing for South Wales Police RFC Richie Collins (38 caps) Richie Donavan (1 cap) Alex Finlayson (3 caps ...
List Of Rugby League Players Earning International Caps While Playing For Leeds Rhinos - Players - R
... Albert Raymond 'Dicky' Ralph won caps for Wales while at Leeds 1933 1-cap William "Bill" Ramsey won caps for Great Britain while at Hunslet 1965 New ...
List Of Newport County A.F.C. Records And Statistics - International Honours - Full Internationals
... The following players received the following full international caps while playing for Newport County Nigel Vaughan (3 caps) Jack Nicholls (2 caps) Fred Cook (2 caps) Steve Lowndes (2 caps) Harold ...
Caps, Texas
... Caps is an unincorporated community in Taylor County, Texas, United States ... Caps was first settled in the early 1880s ... A man reportedly threw his cap in the air and said, "Let's call it caps," and the idea was approved ...

Famous quotes containing the word caps:

    ... people were so ridiculous with their illusions, carrying their fools’ caps unawares, thinking their own lies opaque while everybody else’s were transparent, making themselves exceptions to everything, as if when all the world looked yellow under a lamp they alone were rosy.
    George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)

    At the milliners, the ladies we met were so much dressed, that I should rather have imagined they were making visits than purchases. But what diverted me most was, that we were more frequently served by men than by women; and such men! so finical, so affected! they seemed to understand every part of a woman’s dress better than we do ourselves; and they recommended caps and ribbons with an air of so much importance, that I wished to ask them how long they had left off wearing them.
    Frances Burney (1752–1840)