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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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Hewitt points out that Capo also enjoys the advantage of being a fully integrated, or "100% self-contained," operation, with a 264,000-square-foot facility here that serves as administrative headquarters, plant and distribution center.
Testimonios de los agentes del Cisen, policias federales y custodios encargados de vigilar al capo las 24 horas, indican que Gomez Nunez era quien mas lo visitaba en el penal y lo identifican como "mano derecha" del reo, pues "el le llevaba y traia recados y todo lo hacia por medio de claves y senas", declaro a la PGR Aurioles Tavares.
De no hacerlo, el gobierno federal estara propiciando una reposicion del procedimiento a favor del capo.
La actriz busco al capo dias antes, pues estaba molesta porque acababa de salir el trailer de una pelicula sobre su fuga y esto se adelantaria a los planes que ella tenia para un filme propio.
We conducted a cross-sectional descriptive study of metabolic and mechanical loads experienced by participants in the CAPO Kids trial.
Competing at the international level has been a life-long dream for Capo.
HIGHLY THOUGHT: Tom Dascombe rates Capo Rosso who can score at Sandown
nz, Capo said that she developed her fast tongue in primary school.
Eight citizens were martyred and many others wounded as a suicide terrorist blew himself up with an explosive belt at Capo Grillo restaurant in al-Basel Sport city in al-Mogambo neighborhood of Aleppo on Thursday.
In particular, Capo singled out operations at the Port of New York and New Jersey, which employs more ILA members than the other 12 East and Gulf Coast ports combined.
In a letter to Harold Daggett, ILA president, and James Capo, USMX chairman and CEO, NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay pleaded his case for the organizations to come to terms on a new agreement.