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  • n. Plural form of pap.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pap.


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  • On this land we observed two remarkable hummocks, such as are usually called paps; these a Spanish pilot and two

    Anson's Voyage Round the World The Text Reduced

  • The only difference is that when we called the paps, no one showed up at our apartment.


  • GRIFFIN: Adnan was on it, was calling the paps, and telling them exactly where he would be, and what speed he would be driving, and what intersection he would be at when -- he's got it down.

    CNN Transcript Aug 3, 2008

  • Regardless of whether or not 'Pattison had anything to do with that USPeen port or the stains, it doesn't bode well for his being left alone by the paps, which is what the poor guy really needs.

    Socialite Life

  • Ashlee Simpson, its probably your dad that called the paps in the first place.

    hello dollface

  • Jill Ishkanian, that's the bitch's name, called the paps BEFORE she dialed 911 on Heather, AND she followed Heather to various locations.

    The Dirty Disher

  • (or however you spell his name) needs to stop acting like he's not the one who called the paps in the first place -

    Dlisted - Be Very Afraid

  • The landscape is barely tamed, with the three 'paps' rising above the island.

    Ten top UK winter walks: Old Harry Rocks, Dorset

  • The landscape is barely tamed, with the three "paps'" rising above the island.

    Readers' tips: literary locations

  • All the while some wild talk of SUN "paps" and a strange sibling-esque rivalry was working itself out between driver and host.

    South Ealing Minicabbie: Pops Up on Newsnight


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