(1) we could see the island from the cape(2) Without wasting a moment we head for the last cape of the Peninsula de Paria, with the help of a GPS that they inexplicably left behind.(3) A multi-colour short cape worn over hot pants - indeed very hot and chic - opened the show.(4) he was wearing a flowing cape(5) During the trip, on this cloudy but dry day, the boat passed Larn Island and went to the southwestern cape of Man Wichai Island.(6) His short cape blew along with the night wind, dancing to its melody as it sang through the desert.(7) It's like she's waiting for someone to run in from backstage and throw a cape over her shoulders.(8) The 55-year-old dad-of-two from Worsley has been told by the best doctors on Spain's bullfighting circuit that he should hang up his cape and sword.(9) On the bus back from the cape , you pass the lagoon at Porto Conte, with water as blue as the old Bounty ads.(10) In a small remote location on the cape of Massachusetts, an underground lab was in use.(11) The hairdresser tied a cape around his shoulders, washed his hair with shampoo that smelled like peaches.(12) Despite the drizzly rain the 23 year old beauty looked amazing, wrapped in a red cape made by Irish designer Ciaran Sweeney.(13) Right now I think coastal erosion is a good possibility for the cape and the island and for eastern Long Island, as we're likely to see the surf pick up.(14) the robe was decorated with gold lace on the fronts, cape, and hem(15) Her cape had fallen back off one shoulder, but she didn't seem to notice or care.(16) I know I did state the bleeding obvious while saying that, but how am I to know if you still know a cape from a bay from an isthmus from a strait?