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Capps

(kaps),
Joseph A., U.S. physician, 1872-1964. See: Capps reflex.
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Lois Capps has been a passionate advocate for nurses and has raised awareness about the ways nurses improve health care for all.
In the long term, Capps expects the software to help Save Mart become more relevant to its customers.
Capps grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, and was studying piano at age 9 when she was captivated by Mikhail Baryshnikov and Gelsey Kirkland on TV in The Nutcracker.
Before moving to Fort Huachuca, Capps worked as the deputy director of Information Operations, Networks and Space for the Office of the Army Chief Information Officer in the Pentagon.
The use of CAPPs may improve QOL for persons with serious illnesses, including cancer.
I recall a conversation about six to eight months ago with one of the national Fox cable network hosts where I questioned why she was interviewing a retired Baltimore police chief on the merits of CAPPS I.
The Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) answer to the problem is the controversial CAPPS II, which is still being reviewed for implementation in U.
Thomas Capps chuckles at the irony of the situation.
When liberal Democrat Lois Capps took a wider than expected victory recently in the special election in the Twenty-Second Congressional District, she appeared less like the country's newest member of Congress than a survivor of an electoral Guernica.
Leland Capps, 52, was in the co-pilot's seat in a Cessna when Raymond Irkhe, 46, keeled over.
Donations like these make it possible for CAPPS to represent private postsecondary schools to legislative leadership.
Capps finished second at the Quabbin Invitational's Division 2 race (18:36.