not enclose

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  • I do not enclose his letter, because it is written in Spanish. Cited from The Aeroplane Boys on the Wing, by John Luther Langworthy
  • I did not enclose a note in my last letter, as I have only French money. Cited from Letters from France, by Isaac Alexander Mack
  • The park space is not enclosed and is accessible to the public at all hours.
  • Citygarden is not enclosed from the street and can be entered from any direction.
  • Therefore, I think that it did me much harm to be in a monastery not enclosed. Cited from Life of St. Teresa of Jesus, by Teresa of Avila
  • However this community is not enclosed by the Indian border, rather its members have been successfully flourishing in different countries.
  • Do not enclose stamps for an answer unless the matter be a business one, and your own proper affair. Cited from Frost's Laws, by Sarah Annie Frost
  • What pleased us particularly was that our funeral finery was not enclosed with my father's. Cited from We and the World, Part I, by Juliana Horatia Ewing
  • The station is under cover but is not enclosed or air conditioned.
  • The shopping center remained open-air and did not enclose to form a traditional shopping mall as so many others had.
  • The ground was not enclosed and many fans watched matches from surrounding hillsides.
  • Unfortunately does not enclose a camera and may seem to be larger than similar phones.
  • The church-yard is not enclosed, but a pretty murmuring brook runs along one side of it. Cited from Tour to the Hebrides, by James Boswell
  • Some dressing sheds were also built but the swimming area was not enclosed.
  • Knowledge is not enclosed in books kept in separate places such as libraries but is openly on show to everyone's eyes.
  • Instruments where the vibrating air is not enclosed by the instrument itself.
  • The gardens are not enclosed and are accessible at all times.
  • Because it is bipolar, both sides of the elements are not enclosed, but radiate directly into the air.
  • The city was also subdivided into parishes, which, of course, were not enclosed by walls. Cited from Life in a Medieval City, by Edwin Benson
  • Not enclosed by walls, this area is sheltered from the intense sun while allowing for natural ventilation.
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