Capp


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Capp

Al, full name Alfred Caplin. 1909--79, US cartoonist, famous for his comic strip Li'l Abner
References in periodicals archive ?
Capp was sentenced to life in prison with a minimum of 16 years following the "sustained and vicious attack" at Cardiff Prison.
Capp was found "smirking" by prison officers who discovered his victim's bloodied body on the floor of his cell in the category B men's jail.
Labs seeking serological pipettes that accurately and rapidly dispense fluid should go with CAPP Harmony.
McKee has said that he is planning to get in touch with Capp once the level of public interest goes down.
None of this would have been possible without the help of assistants, and by this time Capp had a whole slew of talented artists working for him, including famed science fiction illustrator Frank Frazetta.
Andy Capp became popular internationally in at least 34 countries and 700 newspapers.
Capp states in her introduction that the "starting point for talking about Zimbabwean music and musicians is the mbira, a lamellophone which is a percussive instrument consisting of a small wooden board or box onto which a number of metal keys have been attached, with metal objects or shells added to produce buzzing" (p.
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).
Capp, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire, showed no emotion at the sentence.
The judge told Capp, 61, the crime she committed was so serious he had to jail her.
The jury, of six men and six women, took just over four hours at Sheffield Crown Court to find Capp guilty of one charge of intimidating a witness.