What is cope?

  • (noun): Brick that is laid sideways at the top of a wall.
    Synonyms: header, coping
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Some articles on cope:

Simon Cope
... Simon Cope (born 22 March 1966) is an English former professional cyclist from Sevenoaks, Kent ... Cope began cycling in 1978 and rode as professional from 1983 to 1999 ... Cope was also the National Circuit Race Champion 1997 ...
Cope, Indiana - Geography
... Cope is located at 39°27′01″N 86°19′08″W / 39.45028°N 86.31889°W / 39.45028 -86.31889 ...
List Of Songs About The Environment - C
... Cat Stevens - "Where Do The Children Play?" Coldcut - "Timber" Julian Cope - "Pristine" Julian Cope - "Promised Land" Julian Cope - "Not Waving, But Drowning" Julian Cope ...
Churchill–Cope Reflex
... The Churchill-Cope reflex is a reflex in which distension of the pulmonary vascular bed, as occurs in pulmonary oedema, causes an increase in respiratory rate (tachypnoea) ... in 1929 by Edward Delos Churchill and Oliver Cope ...
Congress Of The People (South African Political Party) - Prominent Supporters
... COPE has attracted the support of a wide range of well-known South Africans from various sectors, including Sipho Ngwema, former head of communications for the ... Saki Macozoma, a prominent South African billionnaire and close ally of Mbeki, joined COPE in late February 2009 ...

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Famous quotes containing the word cope:

    You’ve got many refinements. I don’t think you need to worry about your failure at long division. I mean, after all, you got through short division, and short division is all that a lady ought to be called on to cope with.
    Tennessee Williams (1914–1983)

    No spoon has yet destroyed a mouth, but the knife of war cuts portions that are hard to swallow. Perhaps the big mouths of the privileged are able to cope with them, but they dull the teeth of the little people and ruin their stomachs.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)

    Parents do not give up their children to strangers lightly. They wait in uncertain anticipation for an expression of awareness and interest in their children that is as genuine as their own. They are subject to ambivalent feelings of trust and competitiveness toward a teacher their child loves and to feelings of resentment and anger when their child suffers at her hands. They place high hopes in their children and struggle with themselves to cope with their children’s failures.
    Dorothy H. Cohen (20th century)