“No, old chap.
I love the poor young chap.
Pitcher 1964; Kirkham 1992, chap. 4).
The chap in the macintosh is thirteen.
Glover 1998; Buchanan et al. 2000, chap. 2).
“Wilt Chamberlain the tallest colored chap you ever saw?”
Shelby’s shoulder, “fling in that chap, and I’ll settle the business—I will.
Woozley 1949, chap. 6; Davidson 1969; Blackburn 1984, chap. 7.1).
The question was forcefully raised by Christine de Pizan in Le Livre de la Cité des Dames (part I, chap. 27), where she argues that
(For some early discussions see Horwich 1987: Chap. 10; Hausman 1998: Chap. 6; Price 1996: Chap. 6.)
., book I, tr. 1, chap. 2, t. c. 13; In Metaph., book IV, tr. 1, chap. 1, fols. 122ra–125vb, passim; In Porph., chap.
“Years ago, an R.S.P.B. chap told a friend of mine that for every successful egg-collecting case they get thirty thousand new members,” each paying yearly dues.
(See Austin 1961, Vendler 1967, chap. 5, and Vision 2004, chap. 3, for more discussion of anti-fact arguments; see also the entry facts in this encyclopedia.)
In his book, ''The Philosophy of Andy Warhol,'' the artist wrote a short chap=ter entitled ''Death'' that consisted almost entirely of these words: ''I'm so sorry to hear about it.
According to Goodman, the symbolic function that is distinctive of pictures is denotation (1976, Chap. 1)—hence pictures are labels and in that respect are analogous to linguistic predicates.
., Gleick 1987, chap. 2, on the chaos theory revolution; Ruelle 1991, chap. 11; Jen in Cowan et al. 1999, 622f, on complexity theory; and Buchanan 2002, 47, on network theory).
“Well, then, old chap, mon très honorable Alphonse Kárlovich,” said Shinshín, laughing ironically and mixing the most ordinary Russian expressions with the choicest French phrases—which was a peculiarity of his speech.
One of Wang’s guests said that when she gets back to Singapore on the flight that arrives around dawn she stops for kueh chap before she even goes home—kueh chap being a bowl of broth with sheets of rice-flour noodles served with pig intestines, or what Wang calls “spare parts.”
There are many surveys of social choice theory, in broad and restrictive senses: Arrow, Sen and Suzumura (1997, in particular chap. 3, 4, 7, 11, 15; 2002, in particular chap. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 10; 2011, in particular chap. 13, 14, 17–20), Sen (1970, 1977a, 1986, 1999, 2009), Anand, Puppe and Pattanaik (2009).
Universities continued to pack in increasing numbers of students, borrowing money to build lecture theatres, halls of residence, gyms and sports facilities while deploying the same basic teaching system that had served them well for 800-plus years: a chap (and it was until recently, generally a chap), standing in front talking while the contents of his notebook were transferred to the notebooks of serried ranks of students, most of whom by the end were paying fees (or accruing corresponding debts).
- a boy or man
Example: that chap is your host
- crack due to dehydration
Example: My lips chap in this dry weather
- a long narrow depression in a surface
- a crack in a lip caused usually by cold
- (usually in the plural) leather leggings without a seat; joined by a belt; often have flared outer flaps; worn over trousers by cowboys to protect their legs
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