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capot

(kəˈpɒt)
n
(Card Games) piquet the winning of all the tricks by one player
[C17: from French]
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They wear a capot or surcoat, made of a blanket, a striped cotton shirt, cloth trousers, or leathern leggins, moccasins of deer-skin, and a belt of variegated worsted, from which are suspended the knife, tobacco-pouch, and other implements.
Ponder and Capot dominated the US Classic crop, and it was Capot who ended the season as champion.
May 7, 1949 Ponder won the 75th Kentucky Derby, running last for half a mile but producing an irresistible late burst to beat Capot by three lengths, with Palestinian third.
Gardon J, Heraud JM, Laventure S, Ladam A, Capot P, Fouquet E, et al.
Mr Lavin is married to French beautician and acupuncturist Arlene Capot Lavin.
This year's scenario has the potential to produce heated races, such as when Preakness winner Hansel and Jerry Bailey held off Strike the Gold and Chris Antley by a head in 1991; and Capot and Ted Atkinson beat Ponder and Steve Brooks by one-half length in 1949.
Capot has meticulously unearthed and examined a wealth of documentation housed at Toulouse, Paris, and a variety of other archival repositories.
Company: Martino & Binzer Headquarters Address: 29 West Main Street Building #3 Avon, CT 06001 Main Telephone: 860-678-4300 Type of Organization: Private Industry: Communications Key Executives: President: David Martino Executive Vice President: Gavin Binzer Public Relations Contact: Christopher Capot Phone: 860-678-4300 x223 Email: ccapot@goodbait.
Media contact Christopher Capot Director, Corporate Relations Elsevier +1-917-704-5174 c.
When Seabiscuit beat War Admiral (1938) and Nashua beat Swaps (1955) the better horse lost, and the same was true when Armed beat Assault (1947) and Capot beat Coaltown (1949).
Christopher Capot Director, Corporate Relations Elsevier +1-917-704-5174 c.
Trash doesn't fall from the sky, it falls from our hands," says Michele Capots, media relations manager for Ocean Conservancy.