enclose


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to surround and advance upon

to confine within a limited area

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Planning commissioners had asked Bio Gro to permanently enclose the project, in which sewage sludge, grass clippings and plant waste would be piled into into windrows 7 feet tall, 18 feet wide, and 850 feet long.
Upstairs, etched glass light wells diffuse luminance into the restaurant and glazed screens enclose private rooms.
We continue to believe that the only way to mitigate the adverse environmental and health impacts from this project is to enclose the facility,'' stated the letter, prepared by DCAP members Jane Williams and Lyle Talbot.
If you enclose it you normally don't encapsulate it first," Leitner added.
A pair of crescent-shaped roof canopies curve with supple precision to enclose and define the arena.
Two double-skinned layers of structural plywood panels enclose a gridded core of 105mm square section timber members.