Nixon was forced to fire both Haldeman and Erhlichman for their roles in the caper.
For instance, Antonio Reyna met English in a McAllen bar the night before the caper and somehow wound up in the van the next day.
They followed their first film with the James Bond-ish caper Help!
A week after the caper, Brian Wedgworth, the lookout, went back to the border wall.
I sought them out and mapped out what a true-to-life 21st-century caper would look like at the most powerful bank in capitalism.
caper's painting for the display was rejected for some reason.
caper sauce, by adding capers; or, as a substitute, chopped gherkin.
She had dances for that mood also—she would laugh and caper as merrily as any young witch.
caper asked him, when he first saw him after his return to the city.
So saying, Rollo began to caper about with delight, and then ran off to meet his uncle.
1580s, apparently short for obsolete capriole "to leap, skip," probably from Italian capriolare "jump in the air" (see cab). Related: Capered; capering.
type of prickly Mediterranean bush, also in reference to the plant's edible buds, late 14c., from Latin capparis (source of Italian cappero, French câpre, German Kaper), from Greek kapparis "the caper plant or its fruit," of uncertain origin. Arabic kabbar, Persian kabar are from Greek. Perhaps reborrowed into English 16c. The final -s was mistaken for a plural inflection in English and dropped.
by 1590s, "playful leap or jump," from caper (v.); meaning "prank" is from 1840; that of "crime" is from 1926. To cut capers "dance in a frolicsome way" is from c.1600.