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capon

[′kā‚pän]
(agriculture)
A castrated male chicken.
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We contacted NatWest spokesman Ronan Kelleher and Brian Capon, from the British Bankers' Association.
Pictured from left are show sponsor Colin Lindsay, of Capon Tree vets in Brampton, David Scott, Robert Scott and the judge, Neil Slack, of Plum Tree, Newby, Penrith.
Ian Capon, with a discplined unbeaten 51) assisted by the watchful Steve Powell (4), saw them hold out on 132-9.
The development of this novel class of anti-inflammatory agents could dramatically improve our ability to treat a number of acute inflammatory conditions including sickle cell crisis, myocardial infarction, sepsis and septic arthritis" said Robert Capon, CEO and co-founder of Adenosine Therapeutics.
BAN Waste's Phil Capon also hoped the scheme would prove a success.
However, Ian Capon (14 not out) steered his side home in their reply of 178-9.
Led by local government official Phil Capon, the group has enlisted Newcastle law firm David Grey, which has requested custody details and other information from police.
The Skewen reply folded on 109 all out as Ian Capon (3-15), Simon Chapman (2-25) and Simon James (2-25) picked up wickets at regular intervals in the 136-run win.
Chairman Barry Capon said: "In this case, we find the all too frequent problem of poor communication.
Regarding the Improper Disposal of Pet Remains at Capon Ridge, West Virginia February 3, 2006
Insurance broker Les Telford, and his fiancee, student Catrina Capon, both 38, are the first customers for Standard Life's unique new bargain mortgage.