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compartmentalizes

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

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Examples

  • With ingenuity and nuance, he compartmentalizes the cluelessness of the men; they had a job but the particulars were need-to-know.

    James Scarborough: Hollywood Fringe: The Dumb Waiter, Vespertine Productions & Girl Band in the Men's Room, Dirty Blonde Productions

  • Johnson Space Center Director Mike Coats, a former astronaut, praised Kelly for the way he compartmentalizes family and NASA duties, like most astronauts: He's probably had a bigger challenge than most.

    Kelly, Giffords reunite, hold hands for 2 hours

  • My husband is kind enough to dismiss my sheer and utter inability to keep a joke straight with a shake of his head and a gentle, ‘Oh, honey …’ Hopefully, he compartmentalizes this quirk of mine as something cute, though I dare say that if he really cared about me, he would step in a little earlier, like before I make an ass of myself.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • In City of Quartz, Mike Davis recognizes Los Angeles as being unlike any other city space because its crudely geometric and grid-like layout compartmentalizes cities within the city, rather than promoting a single space.

    A. Moret: LAX to Charles de Gaulle

  • I could relate to Jax - she compartmentalizes...as do I.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • It's mentioned a few times in the book that she compartmentalizes things when they get to be too much, so her brief respite makes sense in the story.

    Is this thing on?

  • I think those things have to be done in a way that compartmentalizes it and eliminates bias.

    Excerpts: FDA's Andrew von Eschenbach

  • She is not overtly or even normally introspective, yet uses that skill when it suits, and rationalizes, compartmentalizes any insights gained from peering into the dark, sticky corners of her life - her mind - (& her soul?).

    admit-it Diary Entry

  • DAVIS: Well, that ` s how he compartmentalizes what he does, and that ` s how he can play this good side -- I mean, Christian -- that makes me want to throw up, the Christian side of him and the demon side.

    CNN Transcript Jul 21, 2005

  • Dietrich specifics apparel compartmentalizes.racially

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Breyer v. Scalia, Pragmatism v. Formalism:

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