coup

(koo) French word meaning a blow or attack. coup de sabre (dә sahb´) linear scleroderma on the forehead or scalp, so-called because of its resemblance to the scar of a saber wound.
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coup

[n] - a brilliant and notable success
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Coup

• (n.) A sudden stroke; an unexpected device or stratagem; -- a term used in various ways to convey the idea of promptness and force. • (n.) Among some tribes of North American Indians, the act of striking or touching an enemy in warfare with the hand or at close quarters, as with a short stick, in such a manner as by custom to entitle th...
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Coup

[bridge] In contract bridge, coup is a generic name for various techniques in play, denoting a specific pattern in the lie and the play of cards; it is a special play maneuver by declarer. There are various types of coup which can be effected. == Pure Coups == There are many coups which the opponents can do little to prevent. The original c...
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coup

[Noun] Short for the French term coup d�etat. It is a word for when a government is suddenly or violently overthrown.
Example: The rebels staged a successful coup.
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Coup

Coup (kō) noun 1. A single roll of the wheel at roulette, or a deal at rouge et noir. [ Cant] 2. Among some tribes of North American Indians, the act of striking or touching an enemy in warfare with the hand or at close quarters, as with a short stick, in such a manner as by...
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Coup

Coup noun [ French, from Latin colaphus a cuff, Greek .............] A sudden stroke; an unexpected device or stratagem; -- a term used in various ways to convey the idea of promptness and force. Coup de grace (k......' d e gr...s') [ French], the stroke of mercy with whi...
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Coup

Coup intransitive verb To make a coup. « Woe to the Sioux if the Northern Cheyennes get a chance to coup F. Remington.
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Coup

A coup is a unit of coppice that is felled at one time. For example a coppice rotation with a 6 year cycle may have 6 coupes which are felled in order so that there is a harvest of timber every year for the coppice worker to market.
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coup

a sudden and decisive change of government by force
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coup

a sudden and decisive change of government by force
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Coup

also Cut-Over. Another indirect attack, being an attack or deception that passes around the opponent's tip. Following a feint, the blade is pulled up and over the opponent's parrying blade. Use of the fingers and wrist ONLY is permitted, since moving the blade backwards at any time during this move invalidates the established right-of-way. Done in ...
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coup

coup (kOO) [Fr.,=blow], among Native North Americans of the Plains culture, a war honor, awarded for striking an enemy in such a way that it was considered an extreme act of bravery. Generally, coups were awarded according to the degree of difficulty and danger involved; the most extreme, such as st...
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Coup

to exchange.
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