• WordNet 3.6
    • n pap the small projection of a mammary gland
    • n pap worthless or oversimplified ideas
    • n pap a diet that does not require chewing; advised for those with intestinal disorders
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Pap (Anat) A nipple; a mammilla; a teat. "The paps which thou hast sucked."
    • Pap A rounded, nipplelike hill or peak; anything resembling a nipple in shape; a mamelon.
    • Pap A soft food for infants, made of bread boiled or softened in milk or water.
    • Pap Any speech, writing, or idea lacking substance, or of trivial content; oversimplified, trite, or worthless ideas.
    • Pap Nourishment or support from official patronage; as, treasury pap.
    • Pap The pulp of fruit.
    • v. t Pap To feed with pap.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n pap A teat; a nipple; the breast of a woman.
    • n pap A conical hill resembling a nipple or teat: as, the Paps of Jura (an island west of Scotland.).
    • n pap Soft food for infants, usually made of bread boiled or softened with water or milk.
    • n pap Hence The emoluments of public office, as salaries, fees, or perquisites.
    • n pap The pulp of fruit, or pulp of any kind.
    • pap To feed with pap.
    • n pap Papa; father.
    • n pap A short cylindrical projection used to furnish a hold for the lathe-center on a easting which is to be turned; a socket; a tit.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Pap pap soft food for infants: pulp of fruit: nourishment:
    • v.t Pap to feed with pap
    • n Pap pap a nipple or teat: a woman's breast: a round conical hill, as the Paps of Jura.
    • n Pap pap (slang) the emoluments or perquisites of public office
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Cf. D. pap, G. pappe, both perh. fr. L. papa, pappa, the word with which infants call for food: cf. It. pappa,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary


In literature:

But left his dear old 'Lady,' who's fond of mealie-pap.
"My Reminiscences of the Anglo-Boer War" by Ben Viljoen
Play on Children, You shall have pap anon.
"The Little French Lawyer" by Francis Beaumont
I go forth to buy a cradle for him, and Edith, prithee run to the kitchen and dress him some pap.
"It Might Have Been" by Emily Sarah Holt
Coast hills, with rounded or conical summits; the lofty paps of Jura are three in number.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
Harry, this is your idea ... you and that pap purveyor!
"Mother America" by Sam McClatchie
You Jeff, run round to the still; me and Andy'll go back and fetch pap.
"Judith of the Cumberlands" by Alice MacGowan
I'll work for Colonel Woodruff a part of the time, an' pap kin make corn in the biggest field.
"The Brown Mouse" by Herbert Quick
Even the nourishing of infants with poor milk, with bread or flour-pap increases the disposition to pulmonary consumption.
"Prof. Koch's Method to Cure Tuberculosis Popularly Treated" by Max Birnbaum
Yes, that's what's the matter with pap.
"Golden Days for Boys and Girls" by Various
I hunted these swales and fished these streams while you were squalling for your pap!
"A Young Man in a Hurry" by Robert W. Chambers

In poetry:

Then Tom, a hard and bloody chap,
Though much beloved by me,
"Robert, have done with nursery pap,
Write like a man," says he.
"A First Review" by Robert Graves
Grass in the priceless weather
Sucked from the paps of the Earth,
And the hills that were lean it fleshed with its green —
Oh, what is a lesson worth?
"The Poet's Town" by John Gneisenau Neihardt
Inside me you can hear the ancient blood ripple.
Cloud clusters part for me -- Kakheti’s paps bared.
A risen moon’s corona encircles my head,
And before me the sun unrolls its carpet of purple.
"Self-Portrait" by Giorgi Leonidze
Pap's got his patent-right, and rich is all creation;
But where's the peace and comfort that we all had before?
Le's go a-visitin' back to Griggsby's Station--
Back where we ust to be so happy and so pore!
"Griggsby's Station" by James Whitcomb Riley
I want to see the piece-quilts the Jones girls is makin';
And I want to pester Laury 'bout their freckled hired hand,
And joke her 'bout the widower she come purt' nigh a-takin',
Till her Pap got his pension 'lowed in time to save his land.
"Griggsby's Station" by James Whitcomb Riley
I've heard what they said, in the running tap
Drawing water, their watery words, clear
Like a sad harlot's useless lucid pap
(I've heard the lion of S Street get his cheer),
I understood it, the general syllable
In a private ear, lost. . . .
"Fragment Of A Meditation" by Allen Tate

In news:

CBS Encourages People to Give the Gift of a Pap Smear.
Recent news and coverage of Pap Smears.
Pap Smear The Pap smear is a screening that detects three years between Paps .
Why is it important to get Pap smears and when should you start getting one.
Doctors Recommend Pap Smear Too Often.
New screening guide says women no longer need an annual pap smear.
Girl bids farewell to her special ' Pap '.
My doctor told me I don't need a Pap smear as often.
Most women can wait three to five years between Pap tests to screen for cervical cancer, according to guidelines released Monday by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG).
Many doctors still recommend yearly Pap tests to screen for cervical cancer even though the guidelines suggest that some women can wait three years between negative tests, a survey shows.
Washington Hospital reviewing hundreds of Pap tests after lawsuit.
Is it normal to bleed after a Pap smear.
Hollywood Shorts-Being A Pap Around Lohan Is Dangerous.
Most women can wait three to five years between Pap tests to screen for cervical.

In science:

In the above situation, let z be a pro jection in pAp.
Purely infinite simple reduced C*-algebras of one-relator separated graphs
E (z) ∈ C · p. (2) For any word a ∈ Λo((pAp)o , C ∗(z , p)o ) of length > 1, we have E (a) = 0.
Purely infinite simple reduced C*-algebras of one-relator separated graphs
Since p is full in A, we need only to show that pAp is purely infinite and simple.
Purely infinite simple reduced C*-algebras of one-relator separated graphs
It follows that A = C ∗ (A0 ∪ {w}), and thus pAp = C ∗(pA0p ∪ {w}).
Purely infinite simple reduced C*-algebras of one-relator separated graphs
Ap)o = {x ∈ pAp | Φ(x) = 0} = {x ∈ pAp | φ(x) = 0}.
Purely infinite simple reduced C*-algebras of one-relator separated graphs