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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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Aurangabad (Maharashtra), July 6 ( ANI ): Ramadan has spurred sales of variety of designer skull caps, imported from various countries across the globe, here in the local markets.
Custom-made for boys and girls ages six to young adult, the isoBLOX Skull Cap is constructed with isoBLOX proprietary, patent-pending, hinged-plate technology.
At the top is a crystal glass version of the Jubilee Tower on Moel Famau, while the purple velvet skull cap "reflects the August hue of heather on the Clwydian hills".
So can we turn up for work wearing either a star of David, or a burka, or a turban or a skull cap, or a bindi, but not a crucifix tattooed on the back of our hand?
Walton received the minimum payment in the first year, but says: "I put it towards new kit, including breeches, a polo shirt and skull cap.
If the small mask still doesn't pass, replace the head harness with a skull cap head harness, NSN 4240-01-390-3057, and re-check the fit.
But he opened the way for the new generation," said Ali Sever, a 76-year-old man wearing a skull cap as he stood among mourners.
Majority of people wear traditional kurta-pyjama and wearing a skull cap, also offered prayers in hundreds of other mosques in twin cities.
uses a skull cap studded with electrodes; Em-Sense Corp.
Witnesses told police that the gunman was a 20-year-old white male, wearing a dark jacket and skull cap, who had a handgun.
The full face veil worn by a small minority of Muslim women in this country gives a sharply different impression than, say, the turban or a Jewish skull cap because it is so restrictive and, to be frank, makes communication hard if not impossible.