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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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That scene where he was sat in the nuses outfit was genius and that bizzare situation encaptured the whole point of what the Joker is about.
"This can best be achieved by promoting and broadening the philosophy encaptured in the Model C school system," Mrs Coetzer said.
But they sort of represented the bipartisan spirit that encaptured the Congress, encaptured the country in the call to change.
They say they had encaptured the boys by putting them in a trance with their beauty.