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capper

The final thing that completes something, possibly in a negative way. I'd been having a wonderful birthday already, and being surprised by my whole family at dinner was the capper Getting caught in a downpour was the capper on a terrible day.

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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Ward, of Incline Road, Oldham, Capper, of Hopkin Road, Oldham, and Hopwood, of Oak Road, Oldham, all admitted counts of affray and being drunk on an aircraft.
Robert Taylor, the lawyer of privatelyeducated Capper, who attended Aloha College, in Marbella, said: "He had no intention to take Agnese Klavina against her will and she entered my client's car of her own volition.
Neil Davis, her solicitor, said: "Miss Capper feared the worst.
Capper has previously worked for NatWest, while Egan joins Santander Corporate & Commercial from RBS (LSE: RBS) (NYSE: RBS-PP).
A fire crew from Middlesbrough attended the scene and pulled Mr Capper out of the house.
Francis and Capper had both denied being involved in the fraud, but were found guilty following a trial.
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.
Katie Lote, Associate Harrison Clark; Robert Capper, Partner Harrison Clark; Ian Warren, HSBC; Richard Wilkey, Partner Harrison Clark and Andrew Cave, partner Harrison Clark.
While each provides a compelling narrative, Meg McGavran Murray and Charles Capper tell strikingly different stories.
"We wanted to take those people, the types that most of us find ourselves crossing the road to avoid, and show that behind every one of them was a story about how they got to be that way - stories that need to be heard and understood," said Capper, the London editor of edgy lifestyle magazine Vice.
By Charles Capper. (New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press, 2007.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.--Joseph Capper has been named president and chief executive officer of diabetes testing supply manufacturer Home Diagnostics Inc.
The second volume of Charles Capper's Margaret Fuller, much anticipated since the publication fifteen years ago of his acclaimed first, rewards the wait.
Capper has 30 years of experience in the field of materials science.
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