Pape or PAPE may refer to:

  • Pape (TTC) subway station in Toronto, Canada
  • Le Pape, a political tract in verse by Victor Hugo
  • Pape Avenue Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario
  • Pape Rock, Antarctica
  • Pape Village, a commercial district in Toronto, Canada
  • Pope (French: pape), head of the Roman Catholic Church
    • By extension, "Pape" is Scottish slang for a Catholic or a supporter of Celtic F.C.
  • Provider Authentication Policy Extension, an anti-phishing extension to OpenID

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Tony Pape
... Tony Pape (born September 29, 1981) is an American football offensive tackle who since 2010 is an Assistant football coach and in charge of the offensive Line at Oak Lawn Richards ... Pape was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the seventh round of the 2004 NFL Draft ... In 2009, Pape served as a graduate Assistant coach to the Central Michigan University football team ...
Lygia Pape
... Lygia Pape (7 April 1927 – 3 May 2004) was born in Nova Friburgo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ... Lygia Pape worked in sculpture, engraving, and filmmaking ... Later on in the 1960s and 1970s, Pape produced more videos and installations using sarcastic and critical metaphors against the Brazilian dictatorship ...
Lygia Pape - Selected Artworks - "The Tecelares Series"
... over the course of half a decade and represents Lygia Pape's transition from Concrete art in the late 1950s to Neo-concrete art in the early 1960s ... The production of the series seems straightforward Pape incised the entire surface of the woodblock with thin lines, adding several non-orthogonal lines to create the appearance of distinct planes and the ... In Tecelares, Lygia Pape used "weaving" as a metaphor to evoke handiwork and a connection to Brazil's traditional and indigenous culture ...
Albert Pape - Football Career
... Born in Elsecar, South Yorkshire, Pape began his football career with Wath Athletic, a club from the nearby town of Wath-upon-Dearne ... Upon the outbreak of the First World War, Pape joined the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry and played for the regimental football team, returning to play for Bolton-on-Dearne at the cessation of ... In December 1919, Pape was signed by Rotherham County, who had been elected to the Football League Second Division at the start of the season, and he made a ...
Larry Pape
... Laurence Albert Pape (July 21, 1885 – July 21, 1918) was a pitcher in Major League who played his entire career for the Boston Red Sox between the 1909 and 1912 seasons ... Pape batted and threw right-handed ... Pape began his baseball career with independent teams in a suburb of Cincinnati, before joining the Milwaukee Brewers of the American Association in ...