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  • r  in a compact manner or state
    The children were packed compactly into the car
  • r  with concise and precise brevity; to the point
    he wrote compactly but clearly
  • r  taking up no more space than necessary
    liquid food compactly stored in a pressurized tank
News & Articles

  • Camelbak previews all-new Podium water bottles
    Camelbak has redesigned its popular Podium water bottle range for 2014. They're more compactly shaped, easier to squeeze and easier to clean, too. The most significant change to the Podium bottles is the new cap, which retains the one-way valve and twist-lock features. The valve has been resized for greater flow, however, and the twist-lock is easier to operate. Best of all, the valve has been ...
    June 19, 2013 - BikeRadar
  • Camelbak previews all-new Podium bottles
    Camelbak has redesigned its popular Podium bottle range for 2014. They're more compactly shaped, easier to squeeze and easier to clean, too. The most significant change to the Podium bottles is the new cap, which retains the one-way valve and twist-lock features. The valve has been resized for greater flow, however, and the twist-lock is easier to operate. Best of all, the valve has been ...
    June 19, 2013 - BikeRadar
Quotes

  • Ronald Koeman in International Herald Tribune
    We defended quite well. We defended quite compactly,Koeman said. "The way we played we deserved a better result."
  • Sebastian Kehl in TopNews
    We played more compactly than we have recently and showed a great desire to win this important game,said Dortmund captain Sebastian Kehl.
  • Shunsuke Nakamura in Gulf Daily News
    Bahrain will mount counter-attacks from our mistakes. So it is important for us to fight compactly, and launch counter-attacks ourselves,the left-footed Nakamura, 30, added.

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