Peepers from incubation to adulthood and capsulizes
what students learn in that period--including writing, calculating, biology, and the values of respect and responsibility.
(83) This finding of the task force capsulizes
perfectly the need to maintain a high percentage of the US military force in the Guard and Reserve.
By terming them light infantry soldiers (les voltigeurs) the author capsulizes
both their relatively modest status and the active role which distinguished them from the ronds de cuir, the presumably do-nothing, office-bound bureaucrats satirized by contemporaries.
Given the difficulty of reaching consensus among people with widely differing interests, the strategic plan for technology capsulizes
the industry's technical priorities, Wolferman said.
The following quote by one of the deaf mothers in the study capsulizes
In simply naming the gate Chang capsulizes
the high and low points of T'ang history.
NCRLC's motto, "the voice of the church to rural America and the voice of rural America to the church," capsulizes
its mission, he said.
That small reality capsulizes
more than anything the essence of the disability-rights movement, and it does not escape the discerning eye of Joe Shapiro, a correspondent for U.S.
In a review of science journalism, Hillier Krieghbaum (cited in Anderson, 1970) capsulizes
this process as: