Osler's lasting legacy to his colleagues and on generations and generations of medical students is capsulized
in Osler's statement that: "I desire no other epitaph.
Pogo" cartoonist Walt Kelly capsulized
this nicely with his delightful pun of a famous axiom, "We have met the enemy and he is us.
Thieke's condominium unit is being utilized as a drug den and at the same time, a clandestine laboratory used in the manufacture of capsulized
ecstasy, a party drug,' Aquino said.
The basis of his veto, it really capsulized
the policy and his thoughtfulness for children.
Paulo Freire perfectly capsulized
this state of affairs, calling it "the disconnectedness of practice.
The public and policymakers came to understand the problem through a well-specified analogy (the ozone layer is the Earth's sunscreen), a metaphor (the "ozone hole"), and an iconic image that capsulized
Sulwhasoo says its newly launched Capsulized
Ginseng Fortifying Serum ($150)--in its attractive ginger-colored bottle--is the first product to use Ginsenisphere encapsulation technology, which "improves the ginseng's absorption into the deepest layers of the skin by five times to generate and fortify the major proteins that strengthen the skin.
Of special merit, the capsulized
history in Chapter 1, the list of European explorers, the map of the Missouri Compromise, and the outline of World War II at home and abroad provide starting places for classroom learning and GED preparation.
Beyond the feature well--which also contains the 2013 edition of TCG's much-anticipated fiscal survey Theatre Facts, capsulized
by reporter Celia Wren (page 36)--there's coverage of enterprising projects being undertaken by such notables as Gingold Theatricals' David Staller, the actor/director who enlists a gallery of stars to keep the work of George Bernard Shaw alive and kicking (page 56); and George C.
The packets transmitted to LMA are capsulized
through the MAG that the mobile device accesses so that they can be transmitted to the MN.
The tables scattered in most chapters are good memory aids as they show capsulized
information about reference resources.
While piling the blame for unemployment on the government, society at large, the private sector, civil society organizations, and the media, Sheikh Muhammad referred to the root causes of unemployment among Kuwaitis, which he capsulized
in the lack of job opportunities in the private sector, voluntary shunning of certain jobs, the incompatibility of a job seeker's educational qualifications with the requirements of available jobs, and the low aptitude and lack of skills of many job seekers.