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capillus

 [kah-pil´us] (pl. capil´li) (L.)
a hair; used in the plural to designate the aggregate of hair on the scalp.

capillus

/cap·il·lus/ (kah-pil´us) pl. capil´li   [L.] a hair; used in the plural to designate the aggregate of hair on the scalp.

capillus

[kəpil′əs] pl. capilli
Etymology: L, filament
one of the hairs of the body, especially one of the hairs of the scalp.

capillus

pl. capilli [L.] a hair; used in the plural to designate an aggregation of hairs.
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The DOJ, in weighing in on the case, said that the "[c]omplainants also failed to adduce evidence to support a finding of probable cause for all the charges against respondents Divina and Capilli, in their respective capacities as dean and faculty secretary of the UST Faculty of Civil Law.
71-72): exsequiae fuerunt rari furtiva capilli / vincula et immundo pallida mitra situ (Her funeral featured stolen woolen bands on her scanty hair and a headdress pale with unclean filth).
Alberto Nania, (1) Fabio Capilli, (2) and Eugenia Longo (3)
Contribucion al estudio de la Didascalia multiplex de Francisco Fernandez de Cordova: los capitols XV, XXII y XLIII" offers an edition, analysis, and translation into Spanish of three chapters of Didascalia multiplex, written by Francisco Fernandez de Cordova (1565-1626): XV (Quid sit servitus; & unde dicta; ipsius origo; & quare a iure gentium introducta, & iuri naturali dicatur contraria, cum ab ipsomet emanarit); XXII (Morem appendendi ad parietes aedium sacrarum tabellas pictas, cereos, hominum simulachra, arma, vestes, caesariem, donariaque alia ab antiquis desumptum, & cur voti causa capilli tondeantur); and XLIII (Quid sit nobilitas, & unde dicta; nobilem pro noto, ignobilem pro ignoto antiquos usurpasse).
Horrida pendebant molles super ora capilli et visa est oculis horrida pinna meis.
Tanto el genitivo pueri, como los nominativos plurales capilli y pili han debido de ser convertidos en pueris, capillis y pilis, respectivamente, por su aparicion en una secuencia en la que otros terminos acababan en -is y cuya desinencia estaba perfectamente justificada.
Avuto, bello, picciotto rispetto all'incarrico che aviva, eleganti, una gran massa di capilli ricci ricci, l'occhio sparluccicanti, assimigliava cchiu a un poeta che a uno sbirro e capo di sbirri.
70 exsequiae fuerant rari furtiva capilli vincula et immundo pallida mitra situ, et canis, in nostros nimis experrecta dolores, cum fallenda meo pollice clatra forent.
Titulado Capilli Flavi Earini, es decir, 'la cabellera de Flavius Earinus'; es este un poema de encargo que Estacio escribio a pedido del emperador Domiciano.
Cani capilli mei compedes "Gray hairs are my chains"
Besides the verbal similarity, both passages associate the cave with a river (Peneium prope rivum (62)/garrula lympha (6)); both mention a tree which provides shade (sub ilice nigra (62)/ingens platanus genialibus excubat umbris (7)); both convey the luxurious growth and vegetation of the scene (irriguos inter saltus frondosaque tecta (61)/crescit fronde torus, vernant in flore capilli (9)).
117-18, et tibi iam venient cani, formose, capilli,/iam venient rugae, and Med.