In the condensed milk can he mixed one part of water with two parts of fluid from the bottle.
He kissed his hand to her, sipped from his condensed milk can a man-size drink of druggist's alcohol, and to her again kissed her hand.
He completed the sentence and the tale by burying his face in the down-tilted mouth of the condensed milk can and by gurgling the corrosive drink down his throat in thirsty gulps.
Whiskers paused, placed carefully on the ground his half-full condensed milk can with which he had been absently toying, and kissed the fingers of his one hand audibly aloft.
Think how tired your jaws would get chewing a square meal like this, if it were not condensed
to the size of a small tablet--which you can swallow in a jiffy.
In the diagram the process is represented up to the ten-thousandth generation, and under a condensed and simplified form up to the fourteen-thousandth generation.
By continuing the same process for a greater number of generations (as shown in the diagram in a condensed and simplified manner), we get eight species, marked by the letters between a14 and m14, all descended from (A).
Spenser's genius was never for strongly condensed narrative, and following his Italian originals, though with less firmness, he wove his story as a tangled web of intermingled adventures, with almost endless elaboration and digression.
In vigorous reaction against the sometimes nerveless melody of most contemporary poets Donne often makes his verse as ruggedly condensed (often as obscure) and as harsh as possible.
They had taken plenty of condensed
food with them, and they did not suffer in this respect.
And if at such times you should think that you really perceived drops of moisture in the spout, how do you know that they are not merely condensed
from its vapor; or how do you know that they are not those identical drops superficially lodged in the spout-hole fissure, which is countersunk into the summit of the whale's head?
Called the "Swallow's Nest" and "The Brothers," as Condensed
from the Captain's Tale
The luminous part traced on the sea an immense oval, much elongated, the centre of which condensed
a burning heat, whose overpowering brilliancy died out by successive gradations.
There was, no doubt, a certain amount of absurdity in applying this title (which, as of course you see without my telling you, was nothing but 'your Royal Highness' condensed
into one syllable) to a small creature whose father was merely the Warden of Outland: still, large excuse must be made for a man who had passed several years at the Court of Fairyland, and had there acquired the almost impossible art of pronouncing five syllables as one.
To facilitate our correct apprehension of his meaning, he at first condensed
his ideas into the smallest possible compass.