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capo

1
a device fitted across all the strings of a guitar, lute, etc., so as to raise the pitch of each string simultaneously

capo

2
the presumed title of a leader in the Mafia
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Nobody's going to respect us if we have a gay homosexual boss sitting down discussing business," Capo said.
Fletcher, Thomas, 100 Years of Negro Show Business, New York, Da Capo Press, 1984, ISBN 0-415-13703-9 (OP)
This innovation means that you can squeeze the capo with your fretting hand in its natural position on the neck.
Isola Capo Rizzuto mayor Damiano Milone said: "We are shocked by all this violence.
A beat detection engine that gives Capo a bar/beat display, plus a metronome count-off for practice
It's been tremendous,'' said Kevin Hanover, director of marketing at Da Capo.
Working with the Cygnus Digital Media team, Capo launched the company's first iPad application for Sustainable Construction magazine.
We're hoping people come to see us as more than just another online store," said Capo.
It just happens to be in the same place," says Robert Capo, Chief Marketing Officer for the company.
Daggett and Capo will be chief negotiators in bargaining for a new ILA-USMX contract to replace the one that expires Sept.
That's'' plot, convoluted as it is, essentially reverses the valances of ``This'' by turning De Niro's mob capo Paul Vitti, who had essentially reformed at the end of the first movie, back to his old ways while giving sensitive Sobel an opportunity to get in touch with his inner thug.
The new Intellitouch Capo Tuner combines the legendary Intellitouch vibration-based tuning technology with an attractive single action capo that can be conveniently used on all 6 and 12 string guitars.