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Capp

Al, full name Alfred Caplin. 1909--79, US cartoonist, famous for his comic strip Li'l Abner
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Higginbotham is based in Fort Worth, Texas, and is one of the largest independent insurance brokers of US business, and Capps is an independent broker in Mount Pleasant, Texas.
Capps has sponsored a bill, backed by ANA, through several sessions of Congress that would improve the health, safety and outcomes for patients by ensuring sufficient nurse staffing in hospitals.
Capps says it's important to create a memorable experience for customers to keep them coming back.
What this meant was that if Save Mart ran a BOGO promotion on soda, for example, it didn't know whether it was encouraging shoppers to fill their baskets with other items from across departments, which was the ultimate goal, because, as Capps says, "a mixed basket is a profitable basket.
Promoted to principal in 2002, Capps has danced the popular classics with honor and has stretched herself in new contemporary works.
Capps comes to Fort Gordon from Fort Huachuca, Ariz.
The Capps are moved by the generosity the community has shown to their family.
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).
However, The Washington Post reported that disagreements over CAPPS II exist within the Department of Homeland Security, with some officials viewing it as a major aviation security improvement and others believing passengers will see the program as a surveillance system that pries too much into their lives.
The CAPPS I program was/is indeed a "profile" system.
Barry Steinhardt, director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Technology and Liberty Program said "it is a deeply significant step for the nation's airlines to begin feeding the details of Americans' travel records to the government for CAPPS II.
The development of CAPPS II has raised a number of issues, including whether individuals may be inappropriately targeted for additional screening and whether data accessed by the system may compromise passengers' privacy.