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Then it goes to the T20 with different players involved again so you need to compartmentalise that and Eoin Morgan is in the squad, so of course there is a chance.
No matter, the control freaks like to compartmentalise the perceived problem thereby simplifying it for them and stereotyping our schools because it looks as if they are earning their enormous salaries, and it gives OFSTED a piece of elastic with which to accurately measure the immeasurable.
Compartmentalise - projects can be broken down into clearly-defined subsystems, that could be purchased separately.
He writes: "The news spread like a raging bull, bringing with it growing press intrusion, but I am lucky enough to be the kind of person who can compartmentalise things.
Strauss said: "It's important to compartmentalise each form of the game and pick the best side to play in any given series.
That night as David splashed around in the bath and his new plastic toy figures were swept around by mini tidal waves, I realised that perhaps I was one of life's natural librarians with a desperate need to compartmentalise everything.
It's important to compartmentalise this, but in this one-day compartment no one likes to be losing six games in a row.
APEOPLE have such busy lives and many tend to compartmentalise their activities - but as you are finding, friends get boxed in too.
What I hope he'd say is 'nope, when I go to the World Cup with England it's something different and I can compartmentalise - whatever happens at United is not going to affect me here'.
But he added that to compartmentalise sexual infidelity, and "exclude it when it is integral to the facts as a whole" was "unrealistic" and "carries with it the potential for injustice".
He said either Bingle was good for the cricketer or, like his close friend Shane Warne, Clarke had a rare ability to compartmentalise his public and private lives.
A data expert interviewed on BBC radio said the secret of data protection was to compartmentalise.