He sports all black, including a cape and helmet, and has an imposing baritone voice, courtesy of James Earl Jones.
Watching them frolicking on cape Cod with their cousins, I sometimes assumed they must be immune to such feelings.
But a new service that ferries passengers from Boston to cape Cod has been a success – without huge government subsidies.
Iranian minister reportedly paid secret visit to cape Town last week.
For as long as anyone could remember, Adam Winfield of cape Coral, Florida, wanted to join the U.S. military.
The journey took four months; then came the voyage round the cape, another four months.
When I left the pilot-house, cape Canaveral, or rather the light on it, was in sight.
The captain said it was not, as by noon they would be twenty miles south of the cape.
Another was on the west of the promontory of Paria, and named cape Lapa.
Elfrida ran up stairs, put on her cape and bonnet, ran out to the bookstore, and bought the book.
garment, late Old English capa, cæppe, from Late Latin cappa "hooded cloak" (see cap (n.)). The modern word and meaning ("sleeveless cloak") are a mid-16c. reborrowing from French cape, from Spanish, in reference to a Spanish style.
"promontory," late 14c., from Middle French cap "cape; head," from Latin caput "headland, head" (see capitulum). The Cape of Good Hope in southern Africa has been the Cape since 1660s. Sailors called low cloud banks that could be mistaken for landforms on the horizon Cape fly-away (1769).