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compartmentalise


  • v  separate into isolated compartments or categories
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  • Andrew Strauss in Irish Independent
    I think it's important to compartmentalise each form of the game and pick the best side to play in any given series,said Strauss.
  • Steve Waugh in ABC Online
    But as a leader you have to be able to compartmentalise to survive - and he did that with a single-mindedness and purpose that will now be a benchmark for him to measure himself by in the future,Waugh said.

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