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CAPERS. Vessels of war owned by private persons, and different from ordinary privateers (q.v.) only in size, being smaller. Bea. Lex. Mer. 230.

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There was something wrong about it, and he resolved not to caper about and play the fool.
The ponies caper and kick, in unrestrained enjoyment of their freedom; and sometimes follow, sometimes precede us, as the humor of the moment inclines them.
Mash with a potato masher then beat in the lemon zest, watercress, capers, milk and soft cheese.
I'll be working with the secondary," Capers said yesterday during a conference call.
Add three to four slices of tomato on top, then the cooked down red onion on top of that, then the capers, then the goats' cheese.
For us, hosting Critter Capers in the spring and fall allow us to take advantage of Easter and Halloween.
In accordance with the agreement, concluded with the partners from Lithuania, it is scheduled to export 300 tons of capers by the end of 2014.
Heathcote's Cold Seared Beef Salad with Herbs, Capers and Lemon Dressing
Capers is known in Turkey since ancient times, and its importance is increasing in recent years.
Capers will be responsible for organizing the efforts of the inside sales team, leading the account management team to enhance customer relationships, and working closely with the outside sales team to develop new strategies for sales initiatives with corporate concepts and acquiring banks.
Transfer to a serving plate and sprinkle with capers and a squeeze of lemon.