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chape

 (chāp, chăp)
n.
A metal tip or mounting on a scabbard or sheath.

[Middle English, from Old French, hood, head covering, from Late Latin cappa, hooded cloak.]

chape

(tʃeɪp)
n
1. (Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a metal tip or trimming for a scabbard
2. (Clothing & Fashion) the metal tongue of a buckle
[C14: from Old French: hood, metal cover, from Late Latin cappa cap]
ˈchapeless adj

chape

(tʃeɪp)

n.
the lowermost terminal mount of a scabbard.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Middle French: (metal) covering < Late Latin cappa; see cap1, cape1]
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In the under-17 competition Morpeth's Andrew Knight produced a huge putt of 15:33 metres which erased Middlesbrough's Andrew Chape's 20-year-old figures from the record books by exactly a metre.
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Mr Lowther said: "I'd particularly like to call out for praise, the officer in charge, Kev Burns, crew manager Ronnie Monaghan and firefighters Lee Thew, Lee Chape and Michael Longstaff who rescued Miles and gave him CPR to support his breathing.
The team, now known around the world as "Chape," eschewed
The team, now known around the world as "Chape", eschewed any major events on the anniversary, telling fans they were opting to spend the day "reflecting and seeking peace."
Results for the 13 weeks ended June 3 include special items totaling:$44.8 million (pretax), consisting of $20.7 million for the amortization of EnvisionRx intangible assets, a $16.9 million LIFO chape, and $7.24 million in merger and acquisition-related costs.
Chape were on the way to play their first major final when their plane came down in Colombia, killing 71, including 19 players.