Definition of Scapa
1. to escape [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: escape
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Literary usage of Scapa
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Literary Digest History of the World War: Compiled from Original and (1920)
"Enthusiastic German editors acclaimed the German ruler as "Admiral of the Atlantic," but the New THE "DERFFLINGER" AS SUNK AT scapa FLOW York World retorted ..."
2. The First World War, 1914-1918: Personal Experiences of Lieut.-Col. C. à by Charles à Court Repington (1920)
"... where the enemy invades us—A look round the QE—scapa and the Forth—The submarine K7—Why the submarine menace was not understood—Our tonnage losses—Visit ..."
3. The United States Navy in the World War: Official Pictures Selected from the by James Clayton Russell, William Emmet Moore (1921)
"... of the German fleet at scapa, at which our battleships serving with the British Grand Fleet, were present, the six battleships, comprising Division 9. ..."
4. Annual List of New and Important Books Added to the Public Library of the by Boston Public Library (1901)
"Some account of scapa [National society for checking abuses of public advertising]. London. [1897.] 24 pp. ..."
5. Blue Jackets of 1918: Being the Story of the Work of the American Navy in by Willis John Abbot (1921)
"The surrender at scapa Flow.—Surrender of the German destroyers.—Diary of a defeated German.—Scuttling the German fleet. ..."
6. Thirty Secret Years by Robin Denniston (2007)
"CHAPTER THREE scapa Flow 1919 After his war at Room 40 OB, AGO was given a medal and sent north to scapa Flow to interpret for Admiral Beatty, ..."