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  • They also built a mile of wooden fence to enclose their entire property.
  • This set the fashion for other houses in Lower Bridge Street to enclose their sections of the Row.
  • In 2014, it was announced that Iowa State would enclose their south end zone.
  • Biorn's soldiers, who had thought to enclose their enemies, lost courage and gave way before this wondrous onset. Cited from Sintram and His Companions, by Friedrich Fouque #1
  • Before the 1950s many manufacturers did not fully enclose their loudspeaker cabinets; the back of the cabinet was typically left open.
  • Their hard, calcified shells keep their bodies well protected from the environment, and these skeletons enclose their bodies, but are also covered by thin skins.
  • Now, what is more effective than a ready-made mold, enforced, accepted, in which by virtue of natural tendency, of tradition and of education, everyone can enclose their thinking? Cited from The Ancient Regime, by Hippolyte A. Taine OCFV1
  • Following these events, ranchers began to use barbed wire to enclose their ranches and protect their own grazing lands from intrusions by others' animals.
  • That means that although private resorts and hotels that adjoin a beach may enclose their property behind fences with controlled access, most countries do not allow private ownership of the actual beach area.
  • Virginals, which enclose their triangle of strings in a rectangular box, have a great deal of unused space.
  • Theirs is a Golden Age; they do not enclose their farms with trench or wall or hurdle; their gardens are open. Cited from The Development of the Feeling for Nature..., by Alfred Biese
  • The output p-box will, however, always contain all distributions that are possible, so long as the input p-boxes were sure to enclose their respective underlying distributions.
  • With rare skill were these theories presented, and with desperate energy these able attorneys led the forlorn hope against the strong fortress of conviction which seemed to enclose their unfortunate client. Cited from Bucholz and the Detectives, by Allan Pinkerton
  • This was successful and it set a precedent for other residents of Lower Bridge Street to enclose their portion of the rows, or to build new structures which did not incorporate the rows.
  • The Abenaqis enclose their heads in a small cap embroidered with beads or ornamented with brocade. Cited from Picturesque Quebec, by James MacPherson Le Moine
  • In some districts, especially in the low country of Badulla, the villagers occasionally enclose their cottages with rude walls of earth and branches to protect them from nightly assaults. Cited from Sketches of Natural History of Ceylon, by J. Emerson Tennent
  • The calculations yield results that are guaranteed to enclose all possible distributions of the output variable if the input p-boxes were also sure to enclose their respective distributions.
  • We can understand how men were everywhere impelled to raise mounds above the bodies of their ancestors, to perpetuate their memory or to enclose their mortal remains between flat stones to save them from being crushed by the weight of earth above them. Cited from Prehistoric Peoples, by The Marquis de Nadaillac
  • In the 16th and 17th century, the feudal system began to break down, and more prosperous farmers began to enclose their own land and improve their yields to sell the surplus crops for a profit.
  • In 1893 Mahon represented the Columbus local in asking the Ohio Legislature pass a law requiring streetcar companies to enclose their cars to protect the platform men.
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