encase encase  /ɛn ˈkeɪs/


  • (v) enclose in, or as if in, a case



  1. The white matter is composed of fatty myelin sheaths that encase axons and, like insulation on a wire, make nerve-signal transmissions faster and more efficient.
  2. The magnet recall was unusually large because it includes toys sold as far back as 2002, before Mattel changed its design to encase the magnets in plastic to make them more secure.
  3. The biggest problem is to encase the reactor, which is still emitting dangerous radioactive particles, in a concrete tomb.


  • Magnet Forensics Internet Evidence Finder™ Now Integrated with EnCase®

    Magnet Forensics, the global leader in the development of forensic software for the recovery of Internet artifacts, recently collaborated with Guidance Software to develop an integration between Internet Evidence Finder™ (IEF) and EnCase® v7, the IEF to EnCase® Connector. (PRWeb June 06, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10805522.htm
    on June 6, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  • "You definitely have demonstrated your professionalism and dedication to duty," Beck said. "My thanks to all of you who have served this battalion so well, and as we encase these colors this afternoon, let us not forget those who cannot be...
    on Sep 11, 2008 By: Beck Source: Montgomery Newspapers

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