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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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added that vitamin C was more than 300 percent in camel milk
Dr Majid observed that one litre of camel milk had nearly 52 units of insulin, which could help maintain health of diabetic patients.
With 10 times higher iron content and three times more vitamin C than in cow milk, camel milk is surfacing as a new superfood promising health benefits.
The King Abdul Aziz Festival Camel Competition, often known as Miss Camel, this year is a new celebration of the past and of the present time and organisers promptly dismiss claims the festival is merely a celebration of the past and is not connected with present times.
If a camel is involved in an accident, the owner can be held responsible and sued for all damages and, of course, fatalities.
At the heart of the festival is, of course, the much-loved and celebrated camel, reflecting the uniting role the camel has played for the Saudi kingdom and the Gulf throughout history.
Over the years, camel milk has gained in popularity, due to its reportedly beneficial effects.
Khartoum, 23, 11, 2017-(SUNA)- In Sudan, there is long-stand attention of breeding camels.
The camel racing season ends in different racing tracks after a busy season.
Located about 130 kilometers from Leh, the Bactrian Double humped camel is found only in the Ladakh region of Nubra valley.
Caption: POSING--This rather shaggy camel served as a model for the new reflector meant to protect camels from drivers.
The world's most beautiful camel will be crowned with a staggering $30 million prize at a Saudi pageant-style contest.