Trap

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Trap or Traps may refer to:

  • Trap (tactic), a device or tactic intended to catch an intruder, enemy, error, or substance

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  • Giovanni Trapattoni (born 1939), Italian association football coach and former player also known as sometimes known as "Trap" or "Il Trap"

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Locations[edit]

  • Trap, Carmarthenshire, a hamlet in Wales
  • Deccan Traps, a large igneous province located on the Deccan Plateau of west-central India and one of the largest volcanic features on Earth
  • Emeishan Traps, a large igneous province in southwestern China, centered in Sichuan province
  • Paraná and Etendeka traps, a dismembered large igneous province in Brazil and Angola/Namibia
  • Siberian Traps, a large igneous province in Russia, roughly equal to western Europe in land area

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