It condenses pain into tiny joke pellets, like a mass-immunization that builds tolerance and vigor.
Mr. Stephens, however, condenses Fuentes's account, which is truly wonderful.
As the vapor rises from the mixture and goes into the worm, it cools and condenses.
It consists of a cone which, when spoken into, condenses the air from the voice.
Then the water vapor in it condenses into droplets of water, and these form a cloud.
A colourless liquor comes over first, and then a thick white fume, which condenses into the transparent liquor above mentioned.
He condenses their volume of steam into a drop of cold water in a moment.
When the water vapor gets cool enough it condenses, changing to myriads of extremely small drops of water.
Hutchinson condenses it in similar terms, as do Calef and Douglas.
Plutarch, in a later period, condenses a library of lesser writers.