capsulate


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Synonyms for capsulate

enclose in a capsule

used of seeds or spores that are enclosed in a capsule

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Physician Practice Options has a regular section, "Capital Ideas," devoted to alternative sources of capital, current popular sources of capital, rate of capital activity, market performance of health care organizations, and strategic considerations, risks, and opportunities for acquiring capsulate.
For example, to capsulate a mission statement in its most succinct form, one need look no farther than the Department of Veterans Affairs' standard motto--"to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow and his orphan.
That allows them to capsulate the rating or quoting logic and expose it to multiple applications.
Whether he is invited to speak to senior citizens, nurses, corporate professionals; or in front of a group of young students or scouts, he seizes those moments to capsulate his thoughts as he astonishes and amazes his awestruck audience with his delivery of fresh ideas and self building confidence, creating a frenzy of listeners wanting to immediately tackle the world.