caprice : Definition, Usages, News and More
- Mass famine in diamond loaded African countries is less the caprice of cruel nature than the work of greedy men.
- Sarah believed that the difference between true love and caprice is that caprice lasts a little longer.
- The Purge trials provided justice on the fly, handed out with caprice.
News & Articles
- Home Cooking Comes Home
“Now this is a family secret,” Caprice Taylor Mendez said, leaning over a large bowl of boiled plantains mashed like potato. Mendez was preparing her mother’s traditional Guatemalan recipe for Rellenitos de Plantanos. Mendez’ mother, Silvia Taylor, stood by her daughter’s side watching as Caprice now cooked for Fair Haven the recipe Taylor had once cooked for Caprice.
June 10, 2013 - New Haven Independent
- IFP Reveals the 10 Narrative Projects Taking Part In Their Annual Independent Filmmaker Labs
What do the recent festival and critical successes "Concussion," "Blue Caprice," "An Oversimplification of Her Beauty" and "Welcome to Pine Hill" all have in common? They were all nurtured during their early stages in the Independent Filmmaker Labs, hosted by the Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP). Today, the New York-based filmmaker organization revealed this year's batch of selected projects ...
June 10, 2013 - indieWIRE
- Daunte Culpepper in USA Today
The real problem is that the guy damaged my 1975 convertible Caprice Classic,Culpepper said.
- George Washington in American Thinker
Among his many statements against foreign entanglements, he asked us not to "entangle our peace and prosperity in the toils of European ambition, rivalship, interest, humor or caprice."
- Alvaro Uribe in Xinhua
We can't keep waiting for the terrorists' caprice. It is time to play hard to promote the rescue of hostages by military force,Colombian President Alvaro Uribe said in a statement Tuesday.