nape nape

Definition(s):

  • (n) the back side of the neck

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. As Aquino stepped off the plane, escorted by the guards, a single fatal bullet entered the nape of his neck and passed in a downward path through his chin.
  2. Cardinal Mundelein placed the Book of the Gospels on the nape of the neck of the prostrate prelate.
  3. A few bold surgeons tried splitting too solid skulls lengthwise from forehead to nape, and holding the halves slightly apart with temporary metal wedges.

News

  1. Gaming N ews

    HONG KONG -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Asia Entertainment & Resources Ltd. (“AERL”) (AERL), which operates through its subsidiaries and related promoter companies as a VIP room gaming promoter, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of 100% of the profit interest of the VIP gaming room at Level 1 of Le Royal Arc Casino located in NAPE, Downtown Macau.
    on June 29, 2013     Source: Casino City Times

  2. Asia Entertainment & Resources Ltd. Completes Acquisition of VIP Gaming Room at Le Royal Arc Casino

    Asia Entertainment & Resources Ltd. , which operates through its subsidiaries and related promoter companies as a VIP room gaming promoter, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of 100% of the profit interest of the VIP gaming room at Level 1 of Le Royal Arc Casino located in NAPE, Downtown Macau.
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance

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Quotes

  1. "When I see the Yankees attacked, the hairs on the nape of my neck go up, and the guy who attacks them is lucky if I don't hit him and then run," former NYC Mayor Ed Koch told the paper.
    on Apr 13, 2009 By: Ed Koch Source: Newsweek

  2. "They never knew I slipped in there and sat under the table and listened to them play," Lewis says. "Haney would catch me in there, take me by the nape of the neck and put me out. He said, 'Boy, your mama would kill me and your uncle would...
    on Sep 28, 2006 By: Jerry Lee Lewis Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  3. "When they first met, the nape of Elinor's neck kept him awake at night," Barker writes of Paul, and Elinor's shorn hair is part of her willfulness: "I'll get it cut again next week, she thought. More than anything else, more than anything...
    on Feb 2, 2008 By: Pat Barker Source: The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com

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