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Synonyms for capsulize

enclose in a capsule

put in a short or concise form

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Sections point out the highlights and quality resorts in various different provinces, as well as the most effective means of travel, and offer capsulized background information on Argentina's land, flora, fauna, cultural landscape, environmental issues, history, economy, and more.
In fact, capsulized handling of book-length topics, e.
THE sorry future of leadership in California - and maybe the nation - might have been inadvertently capsulized recently by a Republican party strategist named Kevin Spillane.
Sampson Davis, Rameck Hunt, and George Jenkins have capsulized their stories in magazine articles of how, growing up in Newark, New Jersey, they made a commitment to encourage each other on their journey to and through medical school.
Wilson and Petersilia understand that criminal justice policies cannot be capsulized into pamphlets or leaflets.
Most of the inscriptions and architectural fragments found some thirty years ago in the Golan contain no dates and cannot be correlated to specific "moments" in the sweep of the region's Roman-Byzantine history capsulized above.
You can also get a capsulized version of California water history.
Because this process integrates so many different aspects of the person it cannot be capsulized into a formula or technique.
Chandler said "sadness" was the one word that capsulized his feeling about events at the Times.
Thermal paper is coated with leuco dye and capsulized phenolic developer.
5) Furthermore, in Konacari Velickovic has reduced and inverted the emblematic global time-and-space span of the war-novels in favor of a capsulized museum space, a time span covering but a few months and a limited number of characters, in order to highlight a singular ethnic and cultural diversity of Sarajevo and the fundamental impossibility of reducing the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina to an ethnic clash.
As noted earlier, Table 5 presents a capsulized summary of the findings on 8 different measures used to characterize the five groups.
She capsulized the item increases and adjustments in the budget (locally and for the church's greater mission), paused for questions and, hearing none, matter-of-factly continued: "I move the acceptance of my report and, on behalf of the board of managers, the approval of this budget for 1995.
The black press, when not writing full articles with photographs, capsulized Louis' scheduled day-to-day activities and sometimes featured daily sketches on Louis' life.