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capon

[′kā‚pän]
(agriculture)
A castrated male chicken.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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BBA spokesman, Mr Brian Capon, said: "The code is set to be fully reviewed and we will take on board the concerns of the public and consumer bodies.
Former Glamorgan player Richard Grant hit 45, Adam Wossell 29 and player-coach Adrian Shaw 26 while Capon took 3-39.
Phil Capon of Little Wasters said: "Cowgate was an area that was seen as having the lowest interest in recycling but once we explained what the service was about the vast majority were keen to take a box and are now using it."
Phil Capon, the group's leader, confirmed yesterday he and four other protesters have complained to Northumbria Police about their allegedly wrongful arrest and false imprisonment and that they would be seeking compensation.
Two other men - Michael Downes, 32, of no fixed address, and Brian Capon, 38, originally from Stretford - are due to be sentenced at Manchester Crown Court on September 3, after both pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply drugs.
Two other men Michael Downes, 32, of no fixed abode and 38-year-old Brian Capon, originally from Stretford, are due to be sentenced at Manchester Crown Court on September 3 after both pleading guilty to conspiracy to supply drugs.
England U-20s: Tries: Hodge, Capon, penalty try, Heyes, Dingwall, Hill.
The rookie winger (above) crossed for one of England's six tries, with Will Capon, Joe Heyes, Fraser Dingwall, Ted Hill and a penalty try sealing the result.
May Manlapiz, 44Orly Gomez, 27John Martin Lim, 27 Albert Enemenso, 25 John Rick Capon, and Jefferson Britanico, 23, were allegedly on the drug watchlist.
HODGE FIRES ENGLAND TO DRAGON SLAY RUGBY UNION with Will Capon, Joe Heyes, Fraser Dingwall, Ted Hill and a penalty try sealing the result.
45 ENGLAND U20 Tries: Hodge, Capon, penalty try, Heyes, Dingwall, Hill; Cons: Hodge (5); Pen: Hodge.
CAPON may facilitate the connection between the two most well-known AD culprits, amyloid plaques and tau pathology, whose interactions cause brain cell death and symptoms of dementia.