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Synonyms for enclosure

Synonyms for enclosure

an area partially or entirely enclosed by walls or buildings

Synonyms for enclosure

the act of enclosing something inside something else

a naturally enclosed space

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

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The services will consist of preparation of technical documentation according to HG 834/1991 in order to obtain the Certificate of Attestation of ownership of land enclosure CHEMP Boga 2 and cadastral documentation tabulation of the certificate of ownership in real estate advertising, in accordance with the legislation in force.
By 1959, land enclosure was also identified as "a basic factor and this is now a flowing tide".
An important concomitant to this drive towards land enclosure had been the construction of cattle sheds (54) and the use of manure on farms within Elgon Nyanza.
The fact that clergymen have a particular interest in land enclosure is evident in Jane Austen's fiction, and probable in her family life.
Let's remember the peasants of Cwmwd Caio who fought against land enclosures and who gave us the call to action of "Trech Gwlad Nag Arglwydd" ("the land, not the lords") and the Gwerin of Mynydd Bach in Ceredigion, who in 1826 fought hard and long for their land in what became known as the "war of the Little Englishman" and became triumphant.
One group, G20 Meltdown, planned four carnival parades into the heart of the financial district led by effigies of the "four horsemen of the apocalypse", representing war, climate chaos, financial crimes and land enclosures.
As Humphrey represents it, normative long-standing practice was carried to excess in this instance in revenge for the priory's land enclosures.
An important difference between Clare's nature poetry and theirs is that his sensitive understanding came from direct and close observation of natural things, and self-experience of debilitating conditions at the time of the final land enclosures, which makes his poetry and autobiographical writings especially poignant for describing what Byron and Shelley had left behind.