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Of special note is the Dedication followed by the ;memorial feature 'Remembering Neil' which capsulizes the beginning years of the development of computer technology as applied to astrology.
This implicit determination of the interpolation points accounts for the nonlinearity of the problem and capsulizes its difficulty.
The behavioral biologist Edward Wilson capsulizes the God-state nexus in a way that every political economist can appreciate: "Religions, like other human institutions, evolve so as to enhance the persistence and influence of their practitioners.
There is an old Arabic proverb that certainly capsulizes these notions: "He who knows not, and knows not that he knows not, is a fool--shun him; He who knows not, and knows that he knows not, is ignorant--teach him; He who knows, and knows not that he knows, is asleep--wake him; But he who knows, and knows that he knows, is a wise man--follow him.
With this comment, West capsulizes a particular difficulty in a technologically networked world: What is the potential for difficult dialogue to make a public difference when media attention could remind participants and observers constantly of how many simultaneous audiences they have to deal with?
He capsulizes this idea with the acronym THINK BIG, with the each letter of the two words standing for:
Beer Goggles" capsulizes the notion of courting: "Here's my number on a cocktail napkin/Think about it like a loaded weapon/Cock the hammer and point that thing at me.
By terming them light infantry soldiers (les voltigeurs) the author capsulizes both their relatively modest status and the active role which distinguished them from the ronds de cuir, the presumably do-nothing, office-bound bureaucrats satirized by contemporaries.
Corral, the showpiece of most Earp narratives, capsulizes the essence of the myth.
The following quote by one of the deaf mothers in the study capsulizes this notion:
In simply naming the gate Chang capsulizes the high and low points of T'ang history.
That small reality capsulizes more than anything the essence of the disability-rights movement, and it does not escape the discerning eye of Joe Shapiro, a correspondent for U.