compartmentalises love



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


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  • As a female gamer, I do love the "boys" games like COD etc, and I am frustrated at the way the industry compartmentalises "games for girls" - we are people and all like different things, just like men.

    Women Audiences, Women Characters

  • GIGATweaker sports a clean and easy to use GUI that neatly compartmentalises the tweaks in logical sub-sections for easy customisation.

    GIGATweaker Catalogues Hundreds Of Tweaks In Clean Package | Lifehacker Australia

  • The show simply compartmentalises the actual tests v the entertainment bit where most outcomes are planned/rigged/dramatised or simply made-up, whereas the guidelines don't allow for this blurring of perspective.

    The Guardian World News

  • Or do we need runtime enforcement that compartmentalises code and enforces this?

    The Web Security Mailing List (WASC)

  • And he admits that he often compartmentalises life before and after the tragedy.

    ContactMusic Ltd | Latest News

  • And, no, he just compartmentalises things interstingly.

    BBC Blog Network

  • He has long admired the art and architecture of the golden age of Islam; he has also been fascinated by the totality of Muslim belief - the way it permeates all aspects of life - and has contrasted this with what he sees as the regrettable materialism of Western life that compartmentalises faith and excludes it from the mainstream of daily life.

    A New Dark Age Is Dawning

  • To talk about charity in this way compartmentalises it, separates it from the day-to-day stuff of life. "



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