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capital

[kap′itəl]
Etymology: L, caput, head
1 of the highest importance; involving danger to life.
2 of or pertaining to the head of the femur.

capital

An expenditure by an NHS institution on the acquisition of land, premises (including new and refurbished), equipment and vehicles etc. An expenditure is regarded as capital if it is in excess of £5,000.

capital

(căp′ĭ-tăl) [L. capitalis]
Pert. to the head.

capital

pertaining to the head.

capital femoral epiphysis
epiphysis of the head of the femur; its detachment represents a specific syndrome in pigs.
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1994, "On the Relationship Between the Venture Capitalist and the Entrepreneur," Boston University Unpublished Manuscript.
By the early 1970s, as the Chinese and the global revolutionary upsurges receded, China found that it remained a part of the capitalist world system.
Ghose wants the general public in Pakistan to shatter the capitalist ideology and to rise up against the corrupt oppressors.
That's not exciting enough for a venture capitalist.
The web site reveals complaints of venture capitalists being arrogant, duplicitous, and even possibly stealing ideas.
based venture capital firm that specializes in post-seed investments, says: "If you are pre-revenue and pre-product, you aren't getting funding unless you go to the small handful of seed-stage venture capitalists and angels who will do that sort of deal.
The foci of interest are how venture capitalists manage the unpredictability inherent in emerging economies due to their underdeveloped institutional environments, with particular attention given to their network association, whether that be with other venture capitalist, entrepreneurs, or others in the environment.
President Jiang Zemin had also raised hopes by suggesting that not only capitalists, but believers, could become party members.
economy and the aftermath of the Internet gold rush have venture capitalists (VCs) thinking twice before investing in entrepreneurial ventures.
Indeed, "America, the greatest capitalist country, seems to offer no alternative to war, exploitation, and destruction of the world's resources.
After the euphoric headlines, capitalist triumphalism speedily gave way to navel-gazing.