enclosing : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the act of enclosing something inside something else
- v enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering
- v close in; darkness enclosed him"
- v surround completely
- v introduce
- Along with this message in the paintings, I see a metaphor in the very glass enclosing them.
- The Kidde-Elgin battery sidesteps this difficulty by mixing the promethium 147 with a phosphor (light-giving substance) and enclosing the mixture in transparent plastic.
- However, before enclosing Bangladesh with a fence, India's government should place the top priority on helping its neighbor stand on its own feet by boosting Dhaka's economy and .
News & Articles
- North Miami Senior High students, Museum of Contemporary Art unveil wall mural
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Wednesday, June 5, at North Miami Senior High for the newest mural painted at the school by students in an after-school art program at the Museum of Contemporary Art. It is the second mural painted onto the north-facing walls enclosing the school grounds on Northwest 135th Street.
June 14, 2013 - Miami Herald
- Jimmy Carter in The People's Voice (blog)
If the above didn't hit home hard enough, President Carter added this mega zinger: "The 'Wall' ravages many places along its devious route that are important to Christians. In addition to enclosing Bethlehem in one of its most notable intrusions, an...
- Naveen Patnaik in Thaindian.com (blog)
We have taken a number of precautions as far as bird flu is concerned enclosing the borders to those kinds of birds:also a number of our doctors from Orissa have gone to help in the bird flu in West Bengal,Patnaik said.