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


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  • The term encapsulates a relatively new recording ideology, a return to simple recording situations: limited microphones, tube amplifiers, no overdubs.

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  • The title encapsulates both the theme of the exhibition and rather aptly, Parveen's life.

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  • The title encapsulates in a phrase our interconnectedness and at the same time how far away people can sometimes be-that we are incredibly close and yet all in different worlds.

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  • Second, as the title encapsulates, "the future of healthcare is social" -- i.e., we'll be watching each other's health.

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  • The term encapsulates the idea of the of interconnectivity and interactivity of web-delivered content.

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  • The term encapsulates the risks and opportunities biopharma faces in today's changing economic and healthcare settings. "

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  • – Flexible: SpamAssassin encapsulates its logic in a well-designed, abstract API.

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  • That label encapsulates Measures, whose work - like James Audubon and Thomas Bewick before him - blended scientific curiosity with luminous pictorial beauty.

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  • The phrase encapsulates perfectly the witlessness of the liberal establishment's grand design - all together now, in new-speak of course, "Working towards creating a sense of belonging that is accessible to all".

    The British National Party

  • No label encapsulates dance music's international explosion and restless creativity quite like Global Underground.

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