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n.1.A horse; a nag.
1.(Mining) A composite stone (quartz, schorl, and hornblende) in the walls of tin and copper lodes.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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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.
There is a fine mediaeval flavor to this story, and as it has not been traced back further than Pere Brateille, a pious but obscure writer at the court of Saint Louis, we shall probably not err on the side of presumption in considering it apocryphal, though Monsignor Capel's judgment of the matter might be different; and to that I bow -- wow.
The Tyn y Capel closed in February 2011 as it struggled to make ends meet.
This could see Arsenal likely to beat Liverpool for Capel's signature.
Capel, an ex-Barcelona youth player, is entering the final year of his contract with the Lisbon club and could be available for around PS2m but Everton have yet to firm up any interest.
Finesse-Santorini, his first indoor/outdoor rug design, is part of Capel's Finesse line, which the company recently revamped.
Victims who could not be accommodated at a temporary mortuary Bethania Chapel were taken to Capel Aberfan.
"We are delighted to be showing Nash's internationally acclaimed work to a Welsh audience but just as importantly exploring for a UK-wide audience the way Capel Rhiw, Blaenau Ffestiniog and the surrounding landscape of Snowdonia have had such an important role in shaping his work and career as an artist."
ARSENE WENGER is ready to raid Arsenal's Champions League rivals Sevilla for their Spanish prodigy Diego Capel.
The full-color book includes suggested retail pricing, as well as a chapter dedicated to the growing Capel Anywhere line of indoor/outdoor area rugs.
Capel was a good student and took well to the organ, and became an unofficial sub-organist to his master.