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  • The castle is more than long and encloses an area about wide.
  • It encloses an area of area, which is the largest single reserve in Africa.
  • This district was designed to enclose an African-American majority within its boundaries.
  • I enclose an order written by the General, which will serve you as a passport. Cited from Memoirs of Napoleon, V1, by Bourrienne
  • The seminary is a square-like structure which encloses an inner garden at the center part.
  • It encloses an area measuring about by, and the island thus created is raised about above the level of the surrounding land.
  • The main wall encloses an area of from the north-west, and transversely to the south-east.
  • I enclose an extract from a speech which might have been made by you, but was made by -- who do you think? Cited from Letters from Mesopotamia, by Robert Palmer
  • I enclose an old note of Lyell's to show what he thinks. Cited from More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume I
  • The outer ring of monoliths encloses an inner one of blue stones about half their height. Cited from What to See in England, by Gordon Home
  • Its municipal borders enclose an area of ranging in elevation from above sea level.
  • There are four lines of wall and ditch, and they enclose an area of nearly twenty acres. Cited from Wanderings in Wessex, by Edric Holmes
  • The Perpendicular-style tower is square, but encloses an earlier round tower.
  • This was enclosing an area of two hundred, by one hundred and fifty feet, within a blind wall of masonry. Cited from Wyandotte, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • Groups enclosing an area completely can be harder to kill.
  • Please collect the money for which I enclose an order, and out of it, take the amount you spent when mother died. Cited from At the Mercy of Tiberius, by Augusta Evans Wilson
  • A stone wall was built around the garden, enclosing an area from the gatehouse to the south end of the Roman fort.
  • I enclose an address to which you can write, with the certainty that your letters will be forwarded. Cited from Poor Miss Finch, by Wilkie Collins
  • I enclose an affidavit taken on one such case. Cited from Report on the Condition of the South, Carl Schurz
  • The appear to be parapets enclosing an avenue running south to another cluster of buildings.
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