from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A medieval title of dignity and military authority in the south of France: as, the Captal de Buch fought on the English side in Gascony, etc., under Edward III.


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  • NED is a US government-funded body that functions to subvert democracy, help oust popularly elected leaders, and serve the interests of captal.

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  • I want a liberal Democrat who will say your captal gains should be taxed the way the middle class worker's income is taxed.

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  • I was perhaps more tougher on Barack Obama who I reasoned was advocating getting out of one war and involving ourselves even more deeply in another, the drug captal of the world.

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  • Kirchner was due to visit an Argentine-built nuclear research centre near Algiers later Monday before attending talks with around 70 businessmen in the Algerian captal.

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  • Students had been ordered to leave the University of Malawi campus in the town of Zomba, 70 kilometers (40 miles) east of the business captal of Blantyre, the university council said in a statement.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The owner of Dean Farm, which is in the Wedza district east of the captal Harare, was not present during the raid.

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  • He wore the blue cloak and bronze half-armor of a captal of the provincial guard.

    The Golden Torc

  • "Master Claudius is right," said the huge captal of the guard.

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  • The ladies 'entourage consisted of five bronze-armored soldiers led by a captal of gigantic stature, an elderly steward, two handmaids, and a gnarled little one-legged wrangler, in whose presence the packchalikos and remounts seemed unaccountably skittish.

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  • Her captal, a huge man with a face like seamed cordovan, slapped his sword hilt.

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