Wilson and Petersilia understand that criminal justice policies cannot be capsulized
into pamphlets or leaflets.
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.
Although it will become evident that these passages do not provide a neatly capsulized
definition of technology--Heidegger is not the kind of thinker who operates according to such a rigid rubric--Heidegger offers to the careful student a thoughtful awareness of what must be considered in order to win a more penetrating understanding of the roots of technology.
The poem can be viewed as a response to a point already well known, a capsulized
account of world history: how great civilizations "wither" (line 14), "fade" (23), "go under" (29)--how Persia, for example, becomes merely the stuff of nostalgia for a poet like Arnold.
Citizens, Hart argues, use letters to the editor to express themselves in their own words, not in the capsulized
vocabulary provided by survey researchers.
Two years ago, Ray Kurzweil published his book "The Age of Spiritual Machines," which he capsulized
in R&D Magazine's June 1999 "R&D in the New Millennium" special focus issue.
As the December 25 Time capsulized
it, "A sizable number of critics, from law professors to some of the Court's own members, have attacked the ruling as.
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
You can also get a capsulized
version of California water history.
Even Bartell's 19th-century prescription blanks capsulized
the company's commitment to service: "Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours.
The dramatic changes in the film industry are capsulized
in the shifting nature of the term "independent.
Because this process integrates so many different aspects of the person it cannot be capsulized
into a formula or technique.
A treatment trial of a capsulized
mixture of dried powder made from the herb (25%) and root (25%) of E purpurea and the root of E angustifolia (50%) is currently under way at the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Overall, the book is a concise, capsulized
resource with beautiful illustrations of the major small grain diseases.
in the Memorandum of Decision, the complaint alleged: