Anything regarded as extended over the head, as the arch or concave of the sky, the roof of a house, the arch over a door
A full-length silk or brocade vestment like a cloak, open down the front but joined together at the neck by a brooch or band of cloth Worn except for at Mass by clergy and chanters on Sundays and feasts, by all the monks or canons on great feasts The black cope is a very simple version of the same, worn in the choir enclosure on ordinary occasions Priests concelebrating with the Bishop in a pontifical Mass wear copes
If you cope with a problem or task, you deal with it successfully. It was amazing how my mother coped with bringing up three children on less than three pounds a week The problems were an annoyance, but we managed to cope. = manage
A vestment of dignity which may be worn by any order of the clergy, but is usually thought of as being worn by a bishop, along with his miter The cope is a long and heavy semicircular cloak of rich material, generally matching other vestments in the color of the season
If a machine or a system can cope with something, it is large enough or complex enough to deal with it satisfactorily. New blades have been designed to cope with the effects of dead insects The speed of economic change has been so great that the tax-collecting system has been unable to cope. a long loose piece of clothing worn by priests on special occasions
born , July 28, 1840, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S. died April 12, 1897, Philadelphia U.S. paleontologist. He devoted 22 years to exploration and research, especially in the description of extinct fishes, reptiles, and mammals of the western U.S. He discovered about 1,000 species of extinct vertebrates and developed the evolutionary histories of the horse and of mammalian teeth. His theory of kinetogenesis, stating that the natural movements of animals aided in the alteration and development of moving parts, led him to support Lamarck's theory of evolution. He engaged in a bitter, long-running feud with O.C. Marsh. Among his 1,200 books and papers are Reptilia and Aves of North America (1869-70) and Relation of Man to Tertiary Mammalia (1875)
The cap or top lip on the pool or spa wall that provides a finished edge around the pool or spa It can be formed, cast in place or precast, or prefabricated of extruded aluminum or rigid vinyl It may also be part of the system that secures a vinyl liner to the top of the pool wall
a course of stone laid with a projection beyond the general surface of the masonry below it and forming the topmost portion of a wall; a course of stone capping the curved or V shaped extremity of a pier, providing a transition to the pier head proper, when so used it is commonly termed the "starling coping," "nose coping," the "cutwater coping" or the "pier extension coping"
the top stone layer of a retaining wall, pier, abutment, wing wall, and so forth that projects beyond the surface of the masonry below The top surface is usually battered (washed) to prevent the accumulation of rain or other moisture
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