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June 17, 1825, (w), ''Speech on the laying of the Corner Stone of the Bunker Hill Monument''
- events of centuries (..) compressed within the compass of a single life
1810, William Melmoth (translator), ''Letters of Pliny''
- The same strength of expression, though more compressed, runs through his historical harangues.
To condense into a more economic, easier format.
To embrace sexually.
- This Nymph compress'd by him who rules the day, Whom Delphi and the Delian isle obey, Andræmon lov'd; and , bless'd in all those charms That pleas'd a God, succeeded to her arms
A machine for compressing.