Enclosure

In English social and economic history, enclosure or inclosure is the process which ends traditional rights such as mowing meadows for hay, or grazing livestock on common land formerly held in the open field system. Once enclosed, these uses of the land become restricted to the owner, and it ceases to be land for commons. In England and Wales the ...
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Enclosure

Loose term for any form of earthwork not otherwise classified.
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Enclosure

(inclosure)n. land bounded by a fence, wall, hedge, ditch or other physical evidence of boundary. Unfortunately, too often these creations are not included among the actual legally described boundaries and cause legal problems
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enclosure

[n] - a naturally enclosed space 2. [n] - something (usually a supporting document) that is enclosed in an envelope with a covering letter 3. [n] - artifact consisting of a space that has been enclosed for some purpose 4. [n] - the act of enclosing something inside something else
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Enclosure

• (n.) Inclosure. See Inclosure.
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enclosure

inclosure noun something (usually a supporting document) that is enclosed in an envelope with a covering letter
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Enclosure

(Inclosure) The act of creating a boundary around land that limits access to it, for example by a fence, wall, hedge, ditch, or other physical barrier.
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Enclosure

[archaeology] In archaeology, an enclosure is one of the most common types of archaeological site. It is any area of land separated from surrounding land by earthworks, walls or fencing. Such a simple feature is found all over the world and during almost all archaeological periods. They may be few metres across or be large enough to encompa...
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Enclosure

[electrical] An electrical enclosure is a cabinet for electrical or electronic equipment to mount switches, knobs and displays and to prevent electrical shock to equipment users and protect the contents from the environment. The enclosure is the only part of the equipment which is seen by users; in many cases it is designed not only for its...
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Enclosure

[jazz] The following individuals were born in, have been residents of, or have been otherwise closely connected to Hendry County. ...
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Enclosure

En·clo'sure noun Inclosure. See Inclosure . » The words enclose and enclosure are written indiscriminately enclose or inclose and enclosure or inclosure .
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Enclosure

A cabinet in which the various Drivers are housed. This arrangement is absolutely essential if bass
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Enclosure

A control measure involving the separation of a hazardous process from the external environment by keeping it under negative pressure for example.
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enclosure

a part of an assembly providing a specified degree of protection of equipment against external influences and a specified degree of protection against approach to or contact with live parts and against contact with moving parts
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Enclosure

A portion of the accelerator tunnel.
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Enclosure

A portion of the accelerator tunnel.
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Enclosure

A space in a zoo where animals live and are cared for.
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enclosure

all the walls which surround the live parts of electrical apparatus including doors, covers, cable entries, rods, spindles and shafts
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Enclosure

An addition to RSS that allows multimedia files (such as those used in podcasts) to be included along with each item in an RSS file.
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enclosure

An area closed in by a barrier, such as a fence.
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enclosure

an enclosure protecting one or more piezoelectric vibrators and their mounting system
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Enclosure

castle courtyard
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Enclosure

castle courtyard
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enclosure

housing affording the type and degree of protection suitable for the intended application
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enclosure

In Britain, seizure of common land and change to private property, or the changing of open-field systems...
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