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compartmentalising

Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of compartmentalise.

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Examples

  • Capello's role will be to ensure, that once ensconced inside England's training base near Watford, the two defenders prove capable of "compartmentalising" their lives.

    The Guardian World News

  • "We're particularly fond of compartmentalising the arts in Britain," says Wheeler.

    When pop meets Prokofiev

  • The grim task of going through cases like this has not taken a toll, she says, because she is very good at compartmentalising.

    Rapes, murders – and one sleepless night: the life of a criminal prosecutor

  • This was strictly a weekend activity, to distract me from the weekday stress cycle: compartmentalising my life helped me deal with Datacash.

    Boing Boing

  • But Murray long ago discovered the trick of compartmentalising his emotions.

    Andy Murray shrugs off French failure and looks to green grass of home

  • Its not dementia – least, I doubt it – but it is the impact of our compartmentalising our brains to do things in a certain way.

    Meltdown « We Don't Count Your Own Visits To Your Blog

  • I personally find it disturbing to see the kind of property rights regime that the world is getting into, compartmentalising our tangible and intangible resources into territories and then passing them down to our progenies and excluding others.

    The Metro and the Matrimandir

  • Corporate communications professionals can forget the idea of compartmentalising messages for different sectors of the market.

    Armchair hysteria « Squash

  • Religions have returned to their primary function of castigating, compartmentalising and belittling outsiders and reinforcing the tribal loyalty of their adherents.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Instead you acknowledge the world's complexity, the law of unintended consequence, and thus avoid the trap of compartmentalising your position around a rigid ideology.

    Archive 2007-03-01

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