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Synonyms for capsulize

enclose in a capsule

put in a short or concise form

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"The Journal is sort of an ideal newspaper that knows when to capsulize and when to blow it out.
And when her nine-year-old son asked her why the United States had come to the defense of Kuwait but not to Lithuania, it seemed to capsulize her ambivalence about the war.
The database is produced by Gannett News Media in Washington, DC where every night teams of top USA reporters and editors capsulize the most important news and information gathered by the 4,400 journalists of the USA Today National Information Network.
You've already metntioned some, of course, but could you capsulize your principal duties?
THINGS YOUR MOTHER ALWAYS TOLD YOU BUT YOU DIDN'T WANT TO HEAR BY CAROLYN COATES A spiral-bound book full of little anecdotes that capsulize many of the words of wisdom shared by a mother with her children.
Like any biographer faced with a play-by-play of so prolonged an intellectual life, Lakoff struggles valiantly to capsulize Lerner's views.
Anyone searching for a single word or phrase to capsulize twentieth-century music would be hard-pressed to find one that would suffice.
For quick reference, capsulize the basic information on one sheet.
He may start by saying: "Well, it looks to me like what is going on here is as follows." And in a few sentences, he will capsulize what he's heard.
And for researchers in the field of gifted education, this book is a good way to capsulize the collective understandings this field has acquired about curriculum and programs for the gifted over the past 60 years.
Asked why the medium of television is better at focusing on strong women characters, Roseanne answered, 'It's hard to capsulize it.
Step 4: Formulate Three or Four General Statements That Capsulize Your Goals
two thousand lines or more, based on life in Chicago's old Mecca Building,' a crumbling monument of Gay Nineties white grandeur abandoned to black poverty, crammed with more than a thousand souls, with "murders, loves, lonelinesses, hates, jealousies,' where "hope occurred and charity,' and "theft, material and moral.' "To touch every note in the life of this block-long block-wide building would be to capsulize the gist of black humanity.' "What high hopes I had for "In the Mecca'!' she exclaims in Report From Part One.
Home is indeed a fitting title to capsulize the second episode of the ongoing season.