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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of capsulize.


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  • And that really kind of capsulizes (sic) the spirit, I think, of the people here in the great state of California.

    CNN Transcript Oct 22, 2007

  • If you glazed over that last sentence, read it again, since it capsulizes this entire chapter.


  • Every member of Congress depends on some sort of version or service that β€œre-capsulizes” the daily news.

    First, kill the lawyers – before they kill the news « BuzzMachine

  • Amy Goodman of DEMOCRACY NOW! recently posted an exchange of two Obama supporters whom she interviewed for her radio program on July 26 which capsulizes the utter divide this quarrel poises.


  • This summary from Rupert's Business Organ capsulizes current issues nicely:

    Ninety Days and Counting

  • Sort of capsulizes it for us for the U.S. right now at the United Nations.

    CNN Transcript Nov 10, 2006

  • And what he has said really capsulizes the whole thing.

    CNN Transcript Feb 23, 2006

  • The phrase in the 14th Amendment capsulizes our entire constitution.

    CNN Transcript Mar 20, 2005

  • LAMB: You know, when the books are sent out, they often send out publicity sheets with them and I don't even know if you've seen your publicity sheet but it's -- it's so good that I want to just -- I want to -- it capsulizes some of the things in this book and I want to ask you -- I'm just going to go down the list here.

    Beating the Odds

  • Arizona's shining moment capsulizes odd offseason -- The most reliable, definitive moment of Thursday's exhibition game at the Coliseum came early in the first quarter.

    SFGate: Top News Stories


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