incased : Definition, Usages, News and More

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incased


  • v  enclose in, or as if in, a case
  • s  covered or protected with or as if with a case

  • The fuel was passed through a 40-foot steel wire-incased rubber hose into the tank of the lower plane, and so perfect was the maneuver that not a drop of gasoline was scattered .
  • The incased enrollment in medical schools during the past few years will help to relieve the shortage.
  • The fuel was passed through a 40-foot steel wire-incased rubber hose into the tank of the lower plane, and so perfect was the maneuver that not a drop of gasoline was scattered .
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  • Briefcase Filled With Kaiju Organs Sent to /Film HQ [Viral Marketing]
    I was eating breakfast this morning when I received a knock at my door. By the time I got to the door, the messenger was gone, and shipping box was waiting for me on my doorstep. I carefully opened the metal briefcase to find… …Kaiju organs incased in glass along with a flyer for Hannibal Chau’s Kaiju Remedies [...]
    July 2, 2013 - /Film

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