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 (kăp′yo͞o-ə, kä′pwä)
A town of southern Italy north of Naples. It is named for an important ancient Roman city that was located nearby on the Appian Way.


(ˈkæpjʊə; Italian ˈkapua)
(Placename) a town in S Italy, in NW Campania: strategically important in ancient times, situated on the Appian Way. Pop: 19 041 (2001)


(ˈkæp yu ə)

a town in S Italy, N of Naples: near site of ancient city of Capua. 18,053.
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The Romans, in order to hold Capua, Carthage, and Numantia, dismantled them, and did not lose them.
"No, for that very resemblance affrights me; I should have liked something more in the manner of the Venus of Milo or Capua; but this chase-loving Diana continually surrounded by her nymphs gives me a sort of alarm lest she should some day bring on me the fate of Actaeon."
Tecnam revealed in a statement that the acceptance of the aircraft, msn SN003 and SN004, took place at its headquarters in Capua from July 16 to 18, during which time the airline's pilots and technicians made inspections, checked the manuals and documents, and performed flight testing.
The volume is part of Corpus membranarum Capuanarum, an impressive Collection with which Giancarlo Bova made known the history of Capua and the province of Caserta to the scientific community worldwide (M.
Selections will include Johann Sebastian Bach, Amadeus Mozart, Frederic Chopin, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Zamoroko, Eduardo di Capua, Leonard Bernstein and George Gershwin.
Following the acquisition of Ricerca Biosciences' Chemical Division in mid-2017 and Capua BioServices S.p.A.
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John Di Capua, NAPA's CEO, said in a statement that the two organizations "share a deep commitment to continuous improvement in clinical care, patient safety, and ensuring an exceptional patient experience."
Avian influenza (H5) is a leading cause of mortality in birds around the globe thus ending up with an impact on public health and heavy economic loss up to 89% (Capua et al., 2000).