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Encyclopedia > The Cope

The Cope, or the Templecrone Agricultural Co-operative Society, is a co-operative retail chain indigenous to The Rosses area of County Donegal, founded in 1906. It has a number of normal supermarkets as well as a full department store, a builders merchants and an agricultural division.


The name comes from the inability of one of the founder shareholders to say Co-Op - as he could prounce Cope, the name The Cope was adopted.


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Cope - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (387 words)
The cope is a liturgical vestment, which may be of any liturgical colour, and is like a very long mantle or cloak, fastened at the breast by a clasp.
A cope may be worn by any rank of the clergy, or indeed the laity in certain circumstances, as it is not a vestment in the strictest sense of the word.
In the Church of England, and in the Anglican Communion as a whole, the cope is worn by High Church Anglicans in the same manner as that of the Roman Catholic Church.
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