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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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There are no words for the emotions that the team here at El Capo are feeling right now."
Ian Wright, prosecuting, said that in the spring and summer of 2017 an undercover police officer working on the streets of Swansea was given the phone number of the Capo gang.
The trio got its name from the Italian musical term da capo, which literally means 'from the head.' It is a directive typically found at the end of a section to repeat from the beginning.
Capo Rosso hasn't won in his last 14 runs and his most recent turf outings haven't been inspiring.
New York, NY, November 10, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Bridal Guide has announced that Rachel Capo has been promoted to the position of Executive Advertising Manager.
The CAPO Kids program was a recent brief and enjoyable in-school exercise intervention designed to improve the musculoskeletal and metabolic health of pre and peripubertal children (Nogueira et al., 2014; 2015).