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  • Mantrap — Man trap , n. 1. A trap for catching trespassers. [Eng.] [1913 Webster] 2. A dangerous place, as an open hatch, into which one may fall. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Mantrap — For other uses, see Mantrap (disambiguation). Two mantraps (one a humane type) and a spring gun Mantraps are physical security devices or constructions designed to entrap a human on purpose. Contents …   Wikipedia

  • mantrap — /ˈmæntræp/ (say mantrap) noun 1. a trap or snare for catching a man, especially a trespasser. 2. Colloquial a seductive woman …  

  • Mantrap Township, Hubbard County, Minnesota — Mantrap Township, Minnesota   Township   …   Wikipedia

  • Mantrap (1926 film) — Mantrap Directed by Victor Fleming Produced by B.P. Schulberg Hector Turnbull …   Wikipedia

  • Mantrap (1953 film) — Mantrap Directed by Terence Fisher Starring Paul Henreid Release date(s) October 2, 1953 Running time …   Wikipedia

  • Mantrap (novel) — Mantrap   Author(s) Sinclair Lewis Country …   Wikipedia

  • Mantrap (film) — Mantrap may refer to: Mantrap (1926 film), a silent American film Mantrap (1953 film), a British film This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link …   Wikipedia

  • Mantrap (disambiguation) — A mantrap is a device to capture a human. Mantrap or man trap may also refer to: Mantrap (novel), a 1926 novel Mantrap (film), a 1926 silent movie based on the above novel Mantrap (1983 film), a short featuring the band ABC The Man Trap , an… …   Wikipedia

  • Mantrap (1983 film) — ABC Mantrap Directed by Julien Temple Written by Richard Burridge Martin Fry David Palmer Stephen Singleton Julien Temple Mark White Starring …   Wikipedia

  • mantrap — noun Date: 1775 a trap for catching humans ; snare …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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