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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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Pack West inline model automatic spindle cappers are rugged and versatile, and they support cap sizes up to 135mm without the need for cap or container handling change parts.
Mrs Capper said she had written to Brexit Secretary David Davis asking for a meeting as soon as possible to discuss how horticulture, as well as other farming sectors, relies on labour.
Swan-Matic specializes in handheld and bench-top cappers for small to mid-size production runs.
Hannah Boden (left) of Brockholes wins the British Women's Racketlon title from Barbara Capper (right).
Miss Capper said that surgeons removed a grapefruitsized tumour from Libby and on three of the 'truant' days her daughter complained of a stomach problem.
Capper has previously worked for NatWest, while Egan joins Santander Corporate & Commercial from RBS (LSE: RBS) (NYSE: RBS-PP).
Mr Capper added: "Starting up a business in a recession definitely has its risks, but we are determined to succeed and have every confidence that we are in the right place to do so.
He will oversee the support of Spar retailers serviced by AF Blakemore and Capper & Co.
Thurman's resignation completes a transition plan that began in June 2010 with the appointment of Joseph Capper as president and chief executive officer, Joseph Capper.
Robert Capper, Partner and head of the commercial department chaired the event at the Worcester Rugby Club which was attended by over 40 delegates from local businesses looking for more insight into the new Incoterms 2010 rules and international trade opportunities.
SOUTH WALES family-owned Spar retail and wholesale business Capper & Co has confirmed that it has been acquired by Midlands-based A F Blakemore & Son.
While each provides a compelling narrative, Meg McGavran Murray and Charles Capper tell strikingly different stories.
It shows a place where bags of deadly smack can be bought for as little a pounds 10 a time and the rising numbers selling it on the streets can make up to pounds 1,500 a day - but that's not what attracted Andy Capper and Leo Leigh to make the documentary.
In examining Fuller's close, intense, and often vexed relationship with Ralph Waldo Emerson, for example, Capper concludes that what Fuller "seems to have wanted (to translate her Romantic idiom into a psychoanalytic one) was to transfer her blocked childhood need for loving acceptance onto him, 'as a father,' so that she might cease mourning for it" (29).
IRISH left-back Stephen Capper has given Durham City a boost ahead of their first UniBond Premier Division campaign by agreeing to stay at the Arnott Stadium, despite a lucrative offer from Spennymoor Town.