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


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  • The selective reading of the data pretty much incapsulates what is wrong and dishonest about Fox News.

    Think Progress » Fox Thinks Winter Chill Disproves Global Warming; Experts Disagree

  • You gotta love his ego, gotta love his self-indulgence and you gotta love someone that incapsulates the entire American Republican Party ideals in one character:

    the shat | My[confined]Space

  • The philosophes proposed to rationalize communi - cation by inventing a universal language free from the irrational survivals, the idiosyncratic twists and turns, the capricious peculiarities of existing tongues; if they succeed, this would be disastrous, for it is precisely the individual historical development of a language that belongs to a people that absorbs, enshrines, and incapsulates a vast wealth of half-conscious, half - remembered collective experience.


  • With the Bush era rumbling to a long overdue end, critics have turned their gin-shortened attentions to the question of which cultural artefact best incapsulates W's period in office.



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