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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.
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De profil, les lignes droites acerees allongent visuellement le capot moteur et conferent au vehicule une silhouette plus statutaire.
A la place Audin, un jeune a pris position sur le capot d'un vehicule, tenant une canne a peche avec au bout de l'hamecon du cachir.
Narrowing down the concept of cultural heritage to a series of categories described by Capot et al.
Capot Rouge carried word to Fort Liard and they were transported to the fort to recover.
That was until Dave Capot came into the church and saw her.