Trap, traps, and similar terms may also refer to:
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... term for a rescue mission to retrieve a downed aircraft TRAP law ("Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers"), a type of legislation used to restrict ...
... (Bob) Braithwaite MBE (born 28 September 1925) is a British trap shooter who represented his country at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico ... Team for the Tokyo Olympic Games where he was placed 7th in the Trap Event ... Instead he installed a powerful oscillating trap on a piece of ground known as Rough Lot, adjacent to the Braithwaites' old family farm ...
... The Bluegum House hyena trap is a provincial heritage site in Graaf-Reinet in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa ...
... Tender Trap patrons were generally regarded by the press of the day to be a cut above - articles often refer to their eccentric, period fashion sense and funky moves ... At its peak, and on long weekend holidays, the Tender Trap could be packed with 1200 patrons, the queue stretching down Darlinghurst Road, all in a building licensed to entertain 300 ... but for those wanting a more laid-back experience, mid-winter Tender Trap was the place to be ...
... The Forever Trap is an exclusive to audio Doctor Who story, produced as part of BBC Books' New Series Adventures line, and the second entry in the series to be produced. 7 The Many Hands Ghosts of India The Doctor Trap Shining Darkness The Story of Martha Beautiful Chaos The Eyeless Judgement of the Judoon The Slitheen Excursion Prisoner of the Daleks The Taking of ...
Famous quotes containing the word trap:
“The little lifting helplessness, the queer
Whimper-whine; whose unridiculous
Lost softness softly makes a trap for us.
And makes a curse.”
—Gwendolyn Brooks (b. 1917)
“We are not very much to blame for our bad marriages. We live amid hallucinations; and this especial trap is laid to trip our feet with, and all are tripped up first and last. But the mighty Mother who had been so sly with us, as if she felt that she owed us some indemnity, insinuates into the Pandora-box of marriage some deep and serious benefits, and some great joys.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“All Coolidge had to do in 1924 was to keep his mean trap shut, to be elected. All Harding had to do in 1920 was repeat Avoid foreign entanglements. All Hoover had to do in 1928 was to endorse Coolidge. All Roosevelt had to do in 1932 was to point to Hoover.”
—Robert E. Sherwood (18961955)