that enclose

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  • We become part of the machinery of the great organization that encloses us in its regular processes. Cited from My Year of the War, by Frederick Palmer
  • Other ways exist that see the universe as a connected set of structures that enclose each planet.
  • Often this is applied to the wall that encloses the yard surrounding a castle, though this may or may not be the meaning here.
  • She had no pleasure in seeing or feeling the skin and homespun that encloses men and women. Cited from Living Alone, by Stella Benson
  • In a moment he led her to one of the doors in the wall that encloses the Senate Gallery. Cited from Senator North, by Gertrude Atherton
  • A little more light has trickled through the mists that enclose the earth. Cited from Under Fire, by Henri Barbusse
  • It is supported by a high brick foundation that encloses a raised basement.
  • That is, there exists a curve of fixed length that encloses the maximum area possible.
  • As we passed east the long boundary walls that enclose gentlemen's plantations begin to prevail. Cited from Norah's Tour of Ireland, Margaret Dixon McDougall
  • A noticeable design feature of the wing is the radius wall that encloses the space.
  • A domed city is a kind of theoretical or fictional structure that encloses a large urban area under a single roof.
  • The back of the building has a more modern look with red siding and two walls of windows that enclose the expanded cafeteria and library space.
  • I should like to walk round and round the wall that encloses it, and climb up, and look into it, and talk to them that are at work there. Cited from The Attache, by Thomas Chandler Haliburton
  • The largest camp structure is a square that encloses about with a defensive rampart and ditch.
  • The depth of an object is the number of cuts that enclose it.
  • Then we shall not depart from it either, and we are immortal as the tenderness that encloses us. Cited from Expositions/Scripture: Isaiah & Jeremiah, Maclaren
  • This was formerly abandoned but today the walls that enclose it are used by local artists to paint over, making it filled with eclectic images.
  • Alienated by the social boundaries that enclose him, he reaches out to the broader world.
  • It shows signs of decay and the construction of a wall that encloses an eleven hectare area.
  • The grounds just outside the Great Wall that encloses the puuhonua were home to several generations of powerful chiefs.
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