capsule

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  • Within its base is a time capsule containing information about the town.
  • So when a huge object like a space capsule comes through, even more heat is created.
  • He eventually needed per game, between five and twelve capsules, depending on their strength.
  • Each album is like that, it's a time capsule of that time period.
  • They round a little: they're coming by the capsule and they look like little stars.
  • Make into twenty-four capsules and give one capsule three or four times a day. Cited from The Veterinarian, by Chas. J. Korinek
  • The flowers are followed later in the summer by round, green capsules.
  • Although the capsules were designed with mass production in mind there was never a demand for them.
  • Those three later made their escape when the admiral evolved into an escape capsule.
  • Player is Capsule's second highest-selling album in their career, behind More!
  • Make into twenty-four capsules and give one capsule every four hours. Cited from The Veterinarian, by Chas. J. Korinek
  • After a normal re-entry, the capsule was opened and the crew was found dead.
  • Make twenty-four capsules and give one capsule three times a day. Cited from The Veterinarian, by Chas. J. Korinek
  • Some of the base's crew also survived using experimental cold sleep capsules.
  • First, all days of the year are placed into a capsule at random.
  • He has also used a hand-held weapon that fires capsules of the fear gas.
  • If the capsule comes down far from any recovery forces the crew are exposed to greater danger.
  • The Capsule is equipped with the most advanced computer system available in the future.
  • The extended release capsule is generally used in the morning.
  • The two are sometimes considered parts of the same structure, separated by the white matter of the internal capsule.
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Words starting with capsule

Meaning of capsule

  • noun A small container
  • noun A pill in the form of a small rounded gelatinous container with medicine inside
  • noun A dry dehiscent seed vessel or the spore-containing structure of e.g. mosses
  • noun A structure that encloses a body part
  • verb Enclose in a capsule