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Capital University also called Capital

a private liberal arts university of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America located in Bexley, Ohio, founded in 1830Source: Wikipedia

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Capital 95.8 also called Capital

a radio station in LondonSource: Wikipedia

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The Capitals also called Capital

a Canadian rock bandSource: Wikipedia

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Washington Capitals also called Capital

are a professional ice hockey team based in Washington, D.C. They are members of the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL)Source: Wikipedia

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Capital punishment also called Capital

the death penalty or execution, is the killing of a person by judicial process as punishmentSource: Wikipedia

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a proportion of a bastionSource: Wikipedia

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Capital letters also called Capital

ˈmædʒəˌskyuls/, in the Roman alphabet A, B, C, D, etc., may also be called capitals, or capsSource: Wikipedia

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Capitals also called Capital

a small-caps serif typefaceSource: Wikipedia

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Capitalism also called Capital

the economic system in which the means of production are owned by private persons, and operated for profit and where investments, distribution, income, production and pricing of goods and services are predominantly determined through the operation ofSource: Wikipedia

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the first of three volumes in Karl Marx's monumental work, Das Kapital, and the only volume to be published during his lifetimeSource: Wikipedia

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'Capital', Volume 3, subtitled The Process of Captialist Production as a Whole was prepared by Friedrich Engels from notes left by Karl Marx and published in 1894Source: Wikipedia

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Penn State Harrisburg Library also called Capital

an academic library which serves Penn State Harrisburg, the Harrisburg campus of the Pennsylvania State UniversitySource: Wikipedia

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For religious capitals, seeSource: Wikipedia

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of a bastion is a line drawn either from the angle of the polygon to the point of the bastion, or from the point of the bastion to the middle of the gorgeSource: Wikipedia

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Capitol City also called Capital

the principal city or town associated with its governmentSource: Wikipedia

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Capital punishment also called Capital

the death penalty or execution, is the killing of a person by judicial process as punishmentSource: Wikipedia

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In several traditions of architecture including Classical architecture, the capital (from the Latin caput, 'head') forms the crowning member of a column or a pilasterSource: Wikipedia

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Capital Airline also called Capital

Airlines was an airline based in the United Kingdom and self-proclaimed "Yorkshire International Airlines"Source: Wikipedia

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Human capital also called Capital

refers to the stock of skills and knowledge embodied in the ability to perform labor so as to produce economic valueSource: Wikipedia

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Natural capital also called Capital

the extension of the economic notion of capital (manufactured means of production) to environmental goods and servicesSource: Wikipedia

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Political capital also called Capital

primarily based on public figure's favorable image among the populace and among other important personalities in or out of the governmentSource: Wikipedia

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Five Capitals also called Capital

a model of sustainable development developed by the organization Forum for the FutureSource: Wikipedia

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Financial capital also called Capital

money used by entrepreneurs and businesses to buy what they need to make their products or provide their servicesSource: Wikipedia

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In economics, capital or capital goods or real capital refers to items of extensive valueSource: Wikipedia

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Capital requirement also called Capital

a bank regulation, which sets a framework on how banks and depository institutions must handle their capitalSource: Wikipedia

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a French economics news magazine, published monthly by the publishing group Prisma PressSource: Wikipedia

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a German-language magazine published by Gruner + JahrSource: Wikipedia

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Cultural capital also called Capital

the knowledge, experience and or connections one has had through the course of their life that enables them to succeed more so than someone from a less experienced backgroundSource: Wikipedia

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Social capital also called Capital

a concept in business, economics, organizational behaviour, political science, public health, sociology and natural resources management that refers to connections within and between social networksSource: Wikipedia

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Das Kapital also called Capital

is an extensive treatise on political economy written in German by Karl Marx and edited in part by Friedrich EngelsSource: Wikipedia

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thumb Capital is a Romanian financial weekly newspaper published in BucharestSource: Wikipedia

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The Capital also called Capital

a daily newspaper published in Annapolis, MarylandSource: Wikipedia

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Capital

(Bulgarian: Капитал) is an influential Bulgarian weekly newspaper, published since 1992Source: Wikipedia

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Capital

the area of a country, province, region, or state, regarded as enjoying primary status; it is almost always the city which physically encompasses the offices and meeting places of the seat of government and fixed by law, but there are a number of excSource: Wikipedia

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