canapé

French term for a settee used from the late 17thC. It is upholstered with some of the wooden structure, such as the top rail or apron, left exposed.

Canapé

A canapé (a type of hors d’œuvre, (`outside the (main) work”)) is a small, prepared and usually decorative food, held in the fingers and often eaten in one bite. ==Name== The name comes from the French word for `couch”, drawing on the analogy that the garnish sits atop the bread as people do a couch. ==Details== Because they are often ...
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CANape

CANape is a software tool from Vector Informatik. This development software, widely used by OEMs and ECU suppliers of automotive industries , is used to calibrate algorithms in ECUs at runtime. == Description == In calibrating ECUs, control behavior is modified for different vehicle models or variants. This is not done by making changes to the pro...
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canapé

(from the article `appetizer`) ...characteristic `dryness` of which allegedly stimulates the appetite, are customarily served with appetizers. Hors d`oeuvres, small portions of ...
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canapé

(KAN-uh-pay) - A French term that consists of bite-size bits of savory food spread on edible bases (toasted or untoasted bread) and garnished or decorated. They are served as snacks (appetizers) at cocktail and buffet parties.
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canape

[n] - an appetizer consisting usually of a thin slice of bread or toast spread with caviar or cheese or other savory food
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Canape

• (n.) A sofa or divan. • (n.) A slice or piece of bread fried in butter or oil, on which anchovies, mushrooms, etc., are served.
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canape

noun an appetizer consisting usually of a thin slice of bread or toast spread with caviar or cheese or other savory food
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Canapé

[bridge] Canapé is a bridge bidding system where the second suit bid is always longer than (or at least as long as) the first. The name Canapé refers to a small bite presented before a big meal. Playing Canapé, the hand {Spades}KQ73 {Hearts}5 {Diams}AQJ94 {Clubs}J54 is opened 1{Spades}. If partner does not raise the spades, the diamond s...
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Canapé

[furniture] A canapé is a piece of furniture similar to a couch, and is meant to describe an elegant sofa made out of elaborately carved wood with wooden legs, and upholstered seats, back, and armrests that seats three, that emerged from France in the 18th century. A style created during the Louis XV and Louis XVI periods, similar yet diff...
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Canapé

Ca`na`pé' noun [ French, orig. a couch with mosquito curtains. See Canopy .] 1. A sofa or divan. 2. (Cookery) A slice or piece of bread fried in butter or oil, on which anchovies, mushrooms, etc., are served.
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canapé

A sofa.
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Canapé

An appetizer consisting of a small bread or biscuit base covered with a flavored topping.
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Canapé

An appetizer prepared on a base such as a round of toast or a cracker.
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Canapé

originally a slice of crustless bread; now also used to refer to a variety of hors d’oeuvre consisting of toasted or fried bread, spread with forcemeat, cheese, and other flavorings.
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Canape

Small open-faced sandwiches served as snacks or for lunch. They may be served hot or cold, but they are often elaborately garnished.
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canape

The french term for a settee used in the late 17thC. Normally upholstered with some of the wooden structure, such as the top rail or apron, left exposed.
Found on http://www.antique-marks.com/antique-terms-c.html
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