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 (kä′pĭ-kō′lə, kăp′ĭ-)
Cured meat from the neck or shoulder of a pig, usually served in thin slices.

[Italian capocollo, capicollo : capo, head; see capo1 + collo, neck (from Latin collum); see kŭel- in Indo-European roots.]
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