She speaks in thick paragraphs that her staffers probably wish they could condense and sharpen at times.
They get an actor on the schedule at their budgets where they try to condense roles.
I cannot condense the horror of either the Bosnian war or the Rwandan genocide in the length of this column.
Magistrates should learn to condense their wisdom into sentences.
Intensity of feeling will condense a year, an eternity, even, into an hour.
This is, I suspect, due to the compiler's desire to condense, as 1533 agrees in the main with S.
It is hard to condense the social habits of peoples into a few dozen pages.
The first division is the better, for he might be required to condense a twenty-minute speech to ten.
We must, however, condense the matter, which was very voluminous.
No attempt was made to condense the exhaust-steam, which was discharged into the smoke-pipe.