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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.
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capital

(căp′ĭ-tăl) [L. capitalis]
Pert. to the head.
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Gilgit cap was the peacock plume and the feather stuck in front or on the side of the cap.
The band of Gilgit cap is thin in contrary the chitrali phakol has a thick band.Abdul Hafeez, a local trader of Gilgit Caps at Pul road Gilgit said that, the most important feature of the Gilgit cap was the peacock plume and the feather stuck in front or on the side of the cap.
'We have been receiving so many calls and requests for the cap. It is driving me crazy,' said Mr Khattak while talking about growing trend of the Pashteen cap.
And then make sure the filler neck area is clean before closing the fuel cap.
When you squeeze the bottle, the water pressure surrounding the pen cap increases The increased pressure from the water surrounding the cap results in a compression of the air inside the hollow of the pen cap. As a result, the pen cap, like a fish.
It was reviewed by a panel of experts in the field of law using a rating form to ascertain that the traditional research protocol assignment was of equal difficulty and included the same concepts as the CAP.
These criteria will help pinpoint a manager's substyle in funds of any size, from large cap to small cap.
The researchers found that the cap straddles an area about 1.5 times the size of Texas, or half the size of the Greenland ice cap. It contains only about one-tenth the minimum volume of water that may have existed as an ocean on Mars several hundred thousand years ago.
Egregious violations, for example, will be eligible for consideration only under voluntary CAP.
Or some pieces of your business that cannot tolerate price spikes may require a cap."
On January 1, the state began enforcing the cap. Anyone whose home care costs more than the cap was directed to the nearest residential-care facility.
In 1991, the Federal Reserve began including securities-related overdrafts within the measure of overdrafts subject to a cap. But the Federal Reserve allowed financially healthy institutions to exclude securities-related overdrafts from the cap by pledging collateral against those overdrafts, and it mandated pledging of collateral for institutions that breached their cap as a result of frequent and material securities-related overdrafts.