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Capps

(kaps),
Joseph A., U.S. physician, 1872-1964. See: Capps reflex.
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Capp showed "no remorse" as he repeatedly stabbed Darren Thomas, 45, with the makeshift weapon while he throttled him to death.
The murder trial heard Mr Thomas had asked to be sent to prison because he "wasn't coping" outside and was placed in a cell with Capp, who was serving a jail term for arson.
This acquisition highlights Roche's commitment to advancing cancer testing," said Ashok Krishnamurthi, CEO of CAPP Medical.
CAPP is a Danish product manufacturing company focused on liquid handling products, renowned for their innovative double O-ring technology which is featured in their multichannel pipettes.
McKee was admiring the lights and Capp was crying after losing contact with her pals.
Even before the accident, Capp had a tough row to hoe, as biographer Michael Schumacher and former underground comics publisher Denis Kitchen reveal in their fine new biography Al Capp: A Life to the Contrary.
Andy Capp was a working class figure who never actually worked, living in Hartlepool, from where his creator also originated.
At the University of Washington in the 1980s Capp studied mbira performance with Dumisani Maraire.
The solid bronze five-inch-high figure was one of two that were presented to the town by Shropshire artist Jane Robbins who created the Andy Capp statue, which stands on the Headland.
Four CAPP people are based at the University of Warwick Science Park (UWSP).
In one episode of The Simpsons, Homer is seen reading Andy Capp in the newspaper.
Abstract: Studies have indicated that 30%-80% of cancer patients use complementary and alternative practices and products (CAPPs), but little is known about CAPPs use by persons with brain tumors.