American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Capp, Al Originally Alfred Gerald Caplin. 1909-1979. American cartoonist noted for his comic strip L'il Abner (1934-1977).
“Capp is still working to improve his college prospects by boosting his standardized test scores.”
“My Dad recalls Capp going on talk shows and saying similar things in the '50s, when the strip was still funny.”
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“In the U.S., the major funds are so big that they can drive the market in terms of price and structure in certain cases," said Eric Capp , global head of high-yield syndicate at RBS.”
“Joan Amelia Capp, for charitable serv, Bootle Refugee Aid UK and to the commty in Bootle, Cumbria.”
“I stand up and begin to work the room—suddenly I'm every man's hero now that the out-of-work “consultants” and “advisors” in town are chowing down on Andy Capp Pub Fries on my nickel.”
“Visualizer: 'Government Issue' "Government Issue: Comics for the People, 1940s-2000s" surveys the wide-ranging genre, including comics featuring Popeye, Blondie and Andy Capp.”
“The anarchic cat who will do just about anything to be fed has been given the honour of appearing just below the Mirror's all-time favourite cartoon character, Andy Capp.”
“Cartoonist Al Capp added the character General Bullmoose to his Li'l Abner comic strip in 1953.”
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