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capper

(ˈkæpɚ)
n. the climax or clincher of something. The capper of the evening was when the hostess got lathered before midnight and couldn’t celebrate the New Year.
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Porter, and George Wesley Capper, 38, from Essex, were initially investigated for illegal detention after CCTV showed them after driving her away from a club in Puerto Banus.
Racketlon is where competitors play a sequence of the four most popular racket sports - table tennis, badminton, squash and tennis - and Capper is a table tennis and tennis specialist.
The Court of Appeal heard Capper (above), of Rhyl, had a previous conviction involving child images dating to 2006.
These components enable the C500PB capper to handle hazardous locations by prohibiting any sparks to ignite or be exposed into the atmosphere, reducing the risk of a fire.
NFU horticulture and potatoes vice chair, Ali Capper, above, and Conservative MP and Farming Minister George Eustice
Capper said, The deal increases the cost of access by CPI on the lines offered as CBH and Brookfield Rail go through the process of obtaining a long-term access agreement through the ERA.
The latest audited accounts with Companies House show that for the financial year to the end of April 2010, Capper & Co generated a group turnover of pounds 288.
Care failure: 102-year-old Evelyn Capper with her daughter-in- law Carol
Speaking after the MSI Global Alliance Europe, Middle East and Africa Regional meeting, head of Harrison Clark commercial department Robert Capper said the firm was seeing a trend in hitech companies looking for links with Eastern Europe.
Capper & Co has become the latest Spar member to test the impact of installing doors on its in-store dairy chiller cabinets.
A spokeswoman for familyrun AF Blakemore declined to comment yesterday, while no-one was available from Capper & Co for comment.
It is unclear what impact any takeover would have on Capper & Co's Spar distribution and sales network, where it employs 2,259.
Gary Capper was armed with a large carving knife as he walked through Halesowen and jabbed the weapon at a 74-year-old woman, who shielded herself with a shopping trolley.
Centre Tom Capper then gave Thunder a rare half-time lead when he capitalised on indecision from Town full back Mark Calderwood.
Sam Capper, 15, from Well Lane in Birkenhead, was fishing on rocks near Llangennith, Gower, South Wales, with his brother and friends.