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  • n. Plural form of capper.

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Examples

  • Residents tell CNN, they've accepted cash from recruiters known as cappers to go to bogus medical clinics.

    CNN Transcript Oct 22, 2009

  • Residents tell CNN they've accepted cash from recruiters known as cappers to go to bogus medical clinics.

    CNN Transcript Oct 22, 2009

  • Residents tell CNN they've accepted cash from recruiters, known as cappers, to go to bogus medical clinics.

    CNN Transcript Oct 22, 2009

  • "cappers" -- to go to bogus medical clinics where they share what they call their "red, white and blue" -- the tri-colored Medicare card that has a beneficiary number for billing the government.

    CNN.com

  • Impoverished residents of shelters there tell CNN they've accepted cash from recruiters – known as "cappers" – to go to bogus medical clinics where they share what they call their "red, white and blue," – their tri-colored Medicare card that has a beneficiary number for billing the government.

    Organized crime's new target: Medicare and Medicaid

  • Not content with the "Kitty's" rake-off, every stud poker table had one or more "cappers" sitting in, to whom the dealers could occasionally throw

    The Red-Blooded Heroes of the Frontier

  • Knowing that Levine had salted away a lot of money, he organized a gang of "cappers" and boosters, who made a great talk about the relative merits of two well-known pugilists.

    The Confessions of Artemas Quibble

  • I could not help feeling that perhaps some of the richly gowned women in the house were in reality "cappers" for the game.

    Guy Garrick

  • In an indictment unsealed Thursday, the four are charged with paying recruiters, also called "cappers," to bring in patients with Medicare coverage.

    Fore, right!

  • Inasmuch as string theorists can have groupies, Greene has them: grad student physicists, tinfoil cappers, Madeleine L'Engleites, bored desk jockeys who like to read Greene's books in prominent, public places and casually mention their own theories.

    Brian Greene's restaurant at the end of the parallel universe

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