Capel


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Ca´pel

    (kā´pĕl)
n.1.A horse; a nag.
1.(Mining) A composite stone (quartz, schorl, and hornblende) in the walls of tin and copper lodes.
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The one taste which his long and absorbing struggle with the giants of Capel Court had never weakened was his love for the country.
Composer Michael Stimpson's work, The Drowning of Capel Celyn, is featured on a new album alongside his acclaimed biographical song cycle based on Dylan Thomas.
Victims who could not be accommodated at a temporary mortuary Bethania Chapel were taken to Capel Aberfan.
Roberto Martinez has told chief scout Kevin Reeves to scour the European markets for left-footed wingers and Capel is one of the names on their shortlist.
Capel is eyeing for a move to a better league than to the Primeira Liga as Sporting are set to lose him before the window shuts on 2 September.
The Tyn y Capel closed in February 2011 as it struggled to make ends meet.
Winger Capel blasted home from the edge of the box five minutes later to make it 2-1 and Sporting wasted several late chances to increase their lead.
Gifkins said Capel Smiley will be homed now - "he's looking for a comfy sofa if anyone has one for a big softy
Capel said glyphosate was found in every stream sample examined in Mississippi in a two-year period and in most air samples taken.
Manchester-born Capel played as a teenager for local works team Goslings and then Droylesden before joining Manchester City in 1941.
The tour to India before Christmas saw the breakdown in the relationship between captain Kevin Pietersen and head coach Peter Moores - and Capel believes the fall-out would have affected Panesar more than most.
The left-wing spot has been a problem for Tottenham for two years but Ramos has identified Capel as the man to fill that gap and will swoop when he can move into the transfer market at the turn of the year.