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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of capsulize.


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  • Best "capsulized", blunt, Marriage Advice I've ever seen

    Aish Weekly Articles

  • "capsulized" and the blunt style leaves me wondering whether perhaps this piece ought to be a MUST for ALL boys & girls / men and women.

    Aish Weekly Articles

  • Media Matters capsulized progressive outrage at the show's mindless echoing of anti-union Big Business talking points:

    Art Levine: While Morning Joe Crew Says All Unionized Business Fail, 1,000 Execs Endorse Pro-Union Bill

  • He has seen all of his work capsulized into a short video loop, which may or may not really capture what he believes he's done his entire life.

    CNN Transcript Apr 27, 2008

  • World War II is too large a story to be capsulized in one effort, even by the talented Ken Burns, which he himself acknowledges.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Tastemakers can be capsulized as: "I like this, I don't like that, I'm hip so follow me."

    Blog reviews

  • Let's go to Deborah Feyerick, who has been following this story for us -- Deborah, have I capsulized this correctly?

    CNN Transcript Sep 6, 2007

  • He gave her a capsulized, edited version of what had happened; she disappeared for a moment, came back with her jacket and purse, and they walked out the door into the misting rain.

    The Mesa Conspiracy

  • "A song can, for instance, have movements, in the same way as a classical concerto, only capsulized."

    A Lost Pop Symphony

  • I saw one thing today that I stopped and had our cameraman take a shot, because I found that it sort of capsulized what's going on here.

    CNN Transcript Aug 30, 2005


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