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Capps

(kaps),
Joseph A., U.S. physician, 1872-1964. See: Capps reflex.
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Philip Capps brings an impressive reputation as a strategic and innovative leader in the nonprofit sector," said Trent Ricker, CEO of The Pursuant Group.
Promoted to principal in 2002, Capps has danced the popular classics with honor and has stretched herself in new contemporary works.
Capps comes to Fort Gordon from Fort Huachuca, Ariz.
The Capps are moved by the generosity the community has shown to their family.
CAPPs include treatment and prevention modalities that complement conventional medical practices by contributing to the wholeness of an individual and satisfying a demand not met by conventional medicine (Ernst, 2001).
Travel writer Edward Hasbrouck worries that the debate over CAPPS II and Secure Flight might all be moot.
However, The Washington Post reported that disagreements over CAPPS II exist within the Department of Homeland Security, with some officials viewing it as a major aviation security improvement and others believing passengers will see the program as a surveillance system that pries too much into their lives.
But there is no data on race, religion, or ethnicity collected that can be used in the CAPPS I or hopefully in the CAPPS II program--the data simply are not collected and therefore not available within the CAPPS I or CAPPS II data systems.
If implemented, CAPPS II would require passengers to provide their full name, home address, telephone number, date of birth and basic itinerary information when reserving a flight.
We're very disappointed that the county has not found the money to operate Castaic Lake and may close it in the middle of a long holiday weekend,'' Capps said.
Three of those properties had golf courses, and one was Old North State," Capps explains.
Leland Capps, 52, was in the co-pilot's seat in a Cessna when Raymond Irkhe, 46, keeled over.