double capital

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A member or supplementary capital resting on the top of the capital of a column; see impost block; also called a double capital.
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Asked to decide in the first reading (co-decision), the Parliament approved the main thrust of the proposal pending some amendments to guarantee adequate funding for the double capital approach and to invite all Member States to enter at least two cities into the running in order to spice up competition.
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It would double capital spending on school buildings over the next three years.
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