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cap

n. slang for maximum, as the most interest that can be charged on an "adjustable rate" promissory note.

cap

noun ceiling, greatest amount, lid, limit, maxiium amount

cap

verb complete, conclude, end, finish, finish off, get done, get through with, perfect, terminate
See also: culminate, culmination, finish, pinnacle, surpass

CAP

abbreviation for COMMON AGRICULTURAL POLICY.
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There are tens of millions of Muslim men who do not sport a beard in a particular style or wear a skull cap as there are an equal number of Muslim women who do not wear a veil.
Upon going through the doorway of The Sri Lankan Airlines plane and breathing in the Philippine air, a gust of wind blew his skull cap off, and a white bird flew over the media bleachers a good hundred meters from the Holy Father.
The streets, rooftops and balconies of houses surrounding the mosque were crammed with men wearing skull caps, and women, either veiled or wearing head scarves -- marks of respect.
The skull cap was used several times near the end of the play.
As he fielded such questions, a man wearing a skull cap stood up in the front and boomed in Arabic.
I tried it for myself at the Bridgestone research facility and ended up driving against the clock while wearing a skull cap which on the inside has tiny points from which electrical impulses from the brain are sent to a computer.
Hats are fine, but the new Skull Cap from Carol Davis Sportswear, Inc.
The inmate has insisted on wearing his "yarmulke" (a skull cap or head covering) and "tallit katan" (undergarment bearing fringes, or "tzitzit") (Fremont Correctional Facility, Colorado)
Around 140,000 hair strands are inserted into a skull cap, which is then fitted onto a youngster's head with a vacuum seal in a way that enables it to be worn even when swimming.
Hamza, wearing a pale blue prison shirt with white T-shirt underneath and a skull cap, was visible from the waist up on screen at Bow Street Magistrates Court, in central London.
His beard was wooly and gray, and his dreadlocks spilled out from under his knit skull cap and fell to the middle of his back.
The remains, discovered in 1988, include the skull cap, several arm and leg bones, a few ribs and vertebrae, pelvic fragments, four fingers bones, and 11 teeth.