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  • v. Present participle of capitate.

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Examples

  • Thus the illustration devoted to the Sacrament of Marriage in - cludes the scene of Temperance at table from the cardinal virtue page, and also a picture of Judith de - capitating Holofernes, which in Somme le Roi had exemplified the vice of lechery and drunkenness, op - posed to the “Gift-virtue” of Chastity (Godwin, 1951).

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • These improvements resulted from higher per-enrollee reimbursement levels, capitating certain additional specialties, increased performance incentive revenues, offset by rate increases to key physicians at certain Medical Groups.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

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