Capital

In architecture a capital is the cap of a column, the head of a column, pilaster, etc. In classical architecture, the orders have each their respective capitals, which differ considerably from each other, but their characteristics are easily distinguished; there are, however, considerable differences to be found in a few of the ancient examples, as
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Capital

[fortification] In fortification, the capital 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 gorge. The capitals are from 35 to 40 fathoms long, from the point of the bastion to the point where the two demigorges meet. ...
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Capital

[Romanian newspaper] Capital (Capital in Romanian) is the leading Romanian financial & economic weekly magazine published in Bucharest. Capital offer thorough analyses, investigations and trend predictions accompanied by graphics, tables and photos to all those who have an interest in economy and the dynamic of the market. Capital offers it
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Capital

Distinctly treated upper end of a column.
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capital

Decorative element that divides a column or pier from the masonry which it supports.
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Capital

Money invested in a firm.
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Capital

1. The plant and equipment used in production. 2. One of the main primary factors, the availability of which contributes to the productivity of labor, comparative advantage, and the pattern of international trade. 3. A stock of financial assets.
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Capital

Man made resources e.g. machines, factories, offices. Capital is one of the factors of production.
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capital

[Noun] Plural form: capitals. The major city in a country.
Example: London is the capital of the United Kingdom.
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Capital

The amount you invest in any type of savings or investment product.
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Capital

Amount of money invested, not including interest earned that may have been added to it. In relation to a company can also mean its total net worth or equity.
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Capital

The amount of money you initially put into your savings or investments before it receives any interest or capital growth. In a fund 'capital' can also refer to the assets held by the fund excluding any income the fund may receive.
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capital

[adj] - (British) first-rate 2. [adj] - punishable by death 3. [adj] - of primary important 4. [adj] - uppercase 5. [n] - assets available for use in the production of further assets 6. [n] - wealth in the form of money or property owned by a person or business and human resources of economic value 7. [n] - a seat of
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Capital

the head of a pillar, often decorated
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Capital

Man made resources e.g. machines, factories, offices. Capital is one of the factors of production.
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Capital

The head of a column.
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Capital

In the context of mortgages, capital describes the original sum borrowed as distinct from interest required on that loan. A repayment mortgage involves repayment of a little of the capital interest each month.
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Capital

The general idea behind the word ‘capital` is the “money you started with� or “the money you have�, but the term is often loosely used so its meaning should always be clarified. Combined with other words it can have a more precise meaning e.g Nominal capital: is the amount of money that can be put into a Limited or Unlim
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Capital

The amount of money available to an individual, often used in the context of how much money available as a deposit.
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Capital

Operational code name for the recapture of northern Burma in 1944
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Capital

The funds in a business contributed by its owners.
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capital

the moulded head of a column, pier or pilaster
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Capital

The overall assets of an individual less liabilities.Money injected into a... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/capital.htm?id=203&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of capital'>more</a>
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capital

In economics, the stock of goods used in the production of other goods. Classical economics regards capital as a factor of production, distinguishing between financial capital and physical capital....
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capital

In a country, the city where the government headquarters are. The capital is usually the most important and largest city in a country; for example, London. This is not the case in the USA and...
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