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  • verb Present participle of encapsulate.

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Examples

  • I pressed for the source: Was Arthur Krock the actual coiner of the phrase encapsulating the stream of petty scandals?

    No Uncertain Terms

  • I pressed for the source: Was Arthur Krock the actual coiner of the phrase encapsulating the stream of petty scandals?

    No Uncertain Terms

  • I pressed for the source: Was Arthur Krock the actual coiner of the phrase encapsulating the stream of petty scandals?

    No Uncertain Terms

  • I pressed for the source: Was Arthur Krock the actual coiner of the phrase encapsulating the stream of petty scandals?

    No Uncertain Terms

  • He called it the Outer Circle policy unit, a name encapsulating both its location in Regent's Park, London, and its unconventional thinking about public policy.

    The Guardian World News

  • Even the go routine, seems to have been created with the idea of encapsulating threading for those crawlers.

    Google’s Go: A New Programming Language That’s Python Meets C++

  • Nestle has identified as encapsulating the best potential for value creation are: water, rural development, and nutrition.

    FoodAndDrinkEurope RSS

  • I'm open to different ideas on this - until recently I was quite against the idea of encapsulating all the assertion statements in one method but a few conversations with

    Planet TW

  • I'm open to different ideas on this - until recently I was quite against the idea of encapsulating all the assertion statements in one method but a few conversations with

    Planet TW

  • Mr. Schwartzberg, on the other hand, had a patented process for "encapsulating" the cream cheese in the center of the bagel without the cream cheese escaping during the baking process.

    My Brain, Your Brawn

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