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  • We regard the condensation of important and indeed almost necessary information as of great value to our people. Cited from The Continental Monthly, Vol. V, Apr, 1864, Number IV, by Various
  • But in that case there must have been an original condensation of stars at that point in space. Cited from Curiosities of the Sky, by Garrett Serviss
  • You feel sure it is the condensation of life and experience. Cited from Memoirs of Arthur Hamilton, B. A. Of Trinity College Cambridge, Benson
  • Great and long continued labor was necessary for the condensation of the atmosphere. Cited from The Literary World Seventh Reader, by Various
  • To her, as she read, it seemed to be the condensation of more than one letter that had been written before. Cited from Sally Bishop, by E. Temple Thurston
  • Great and long-continued labor necessary for the condensation of the atmosphere. Cited from The Works of Edgar Allan Poe V1[Raven Edition]
  • It had a population of about seven or eight thousand, and was a sort of condensation of the agricultural country round. Cited from The Autobiography of Mark Rutherford, Rutherford
  • It was described as "not a condensation of the five-volume set, but new and independent work".
  • All three of these items are evidently condensations of longer articles. Cited from Practical English Composition: Book II., by Edwin L. Miller
  • Naturally, there has had to be condensation of the mass of data collected by this office. Cited from Mormon Settlement in Arizona,byJames H. McClintock
  • The company therefore spent a good deal of time and of money in working out a system for the complete condensation of these gases. Cited from France and the Republic, by William Henry Hurlbert
  • It has no distinctive, individual character of its own; it is a condensation of all the rest, a focus. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 5, No. 32, Jun, 1860
  • In subsequent experiments it will be found almost impossible to produce further condensation of vapour. Cited from The New Physics and Its Evolution, by Lucien Poincare
  • The condensation of the steam causes the process flow to return to a liquid state.
  • But you can also imagine a state of things where the condensations of the one system fall upon the rarefactions of the other system. Cited from Six Lectures on Light, by John Tyndall
  • In this case the central condensation of stars presents an almost uniform blaze of light. Cited from Curiosities of the Sky, by Garrett Serviss
  • Many of his seeming errors are almost inevitable from the close condensation of his matter. Cited from Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Gibbon V1
  • Condensation of these molecules on the substrate surface results in thin film formation.
  • Of course, how the condensation of story into movement is to be made in any given case depends upon the material, and the writer's purpose. Cited from Writing for Vaudeville, by Brett Page
  • The great art of meritorious authorship lies chiefly in the condensation of much valuable thought into few words. Cited from The Grammar of English Grammars, by Goold Brown
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