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  • Electrical and communication components can be encased in nonconductive materials and fitted together within concrete hollows behind prescribed openings in the walls for outlets.
  • At the same time, parts of southern England were struck by a freak ice storm that encased the landscape in thick ice. Times, Sunday Times
  • And one evening we try crispy-crusted pig's-feet cakes, meltingly soft chunks of meat encased in polenta.
  • A small wood shingled A frame, it was solidly encased by trees, hidden from view.
  • His broken leg was encased in plaster.
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  • Power poles are being encased in concrete rings to protect them from the heat. Times, Sunday Times
  • The reception was encased in bulletproof glass, the blankets were riddled with holes and the remote control was moist. Times, Sunday Times
  • During the Khmer's rule, two folds of iron sheets encased in electrified barbwire to prevent escape enclosed it.
  • All I see is his broad back encased in an expensive black suit, and the elegant cut of his dark hair.
  • Kidneys are encased in a creamy, waxy fat called suet, which is easily removed by cutting into it and then peeling it away. How to Cook Your Gut Pile
  • It's hard to do justice to the succulence of the pears in light frangipane sponge, encased in triumphant, well-fired, crunchy pastry.
  • To do this, they administered purgatives and astringent gargles, prescribed cauteries and blisters on the neck and behind the ears, and on occasion even encased the whole head in plaster to dry it out. Knotted Tongues
  • He would then in return at a later date with at least one accomplice -- in at least some cases believed to have been Gary or Shaheed -- and a large amount of counterfeit coins encased in an intricate wrapping, Bianchi said. CourierPostOnline.com - News
  • Ship hulls could be encased in rust that had to be scraped or cut off; potentially valuable copper wires had to be separated from worthless refuse.
  • The delicacy, a combination of congealed pigs' blood, fat and rusk encased in a length of intestine, is closely related to German blutwurst, French boudin noir and Spanish morcilla.
  • The dorsal and anal fins of the longnose gar are located far back on the body, which is encased in a heavy armor of interlocking, rhomboid, ganoid scales.
  • She held up one foot and then the other, encased in stout walking shoes which she had begun that morning to break in about the house. CHAPTER XIX
  • The thick, translucent slices were encased in a light batter that was appropriately oily.
  • The stars serenely encased the green-and-brown planet in their milky twinkle, lighting up all the oceans with a crystal glow, a beautiful shine.
  • So far, so predictable, but its huge flanks are encased in a delicately ribbed translucent skin that scintillates arrestingly with both natural and artificial light.
  • Turner grabbed for an aluminum-encased oscillograph. Blood Lite II: Overbite
  • Their wall beds are encased in solid wood frames, similar in appearance to the chifforobes of days gone by.
  • It's been produced by Reflex Products, who also make Romio - a $40 USB-MIDI cable with the electronics encased in a kind of perspex ice cube... Nice looking, cheap MIDI knob box
  • The nuclear waste is encased in concrete before being sent for storage in disused mines.
  • You'll see it all from baggy shorted BMX grommies to super-light, Lycra-encased, cross-country man-machines, to fully-armored downhillers with bikes that look like motorcycles and weigh almost as much.
  • Heavy bust encased in silk blouse, heavy thighs bulging in knee breeches, fat calves in lovat wool stockings. Death of a Gossip
  • Here, women of a certain age parade improbably large and pert bosoms encased in lime-green body suits, suspiciously taut, unwrinkled, expressionless faces, and very aged, very rich husbands on the terrace.
  • To complete the magnet, the coils were encased in an iron yoke then wrapped in a 40-millimeter-thick aluminum shell.
  • The life of that young boy encased in those valued photographs are now the fond memories of an older man.
  • The bathroom is fit for a king and queen, with his and hers basins, large mirrors framed by driftwood, a separate shower room and toilet and a huge tub also encased in wood.
  • When a call is received it sends current to a bulb encased with match heads. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ships were encased in the ice for years at a time, and in the dark winter months the crews displayed an endurance almost beyond belief. The Times Literary Supplement
  • He builds each one to fit a particular rifle, and they are constructed so that the scope is almost entirely encased by the steel rings and bases. Bases and Rings, Part Two
  • Dark chocolate can easily dominate the vanilla flavor or cover it up entirely, depending on whether the marshmallow is completely encased. Chocolate Covered Homemade Marshmallows | Baking Bites
  • The completed Babar drawings, by contrast, are beautiful small masterpieces of the faux-naïf: the elephant faces reduced to a language of points and angles, each figure cozily encased in its black-ink outline, a friezelike arrangement of figures against a background of pure color. The New Yorker
  • The enriched UF6 is converted to UO2 and made into fuel pellets — ultimately a sintered ceramic — that are encased in metal tubes to form fuel rods, typically up to four meters long. Uranium enrichment
  • I remember having to churn ice cream by hand - no fridges in those days… huge blocks of ice came from New Plymouth encased in sacking and had to be broken up to make the ice cream.
  • Inside is the game CD encased in a paper sleeve, a forty-page manual and a registration card.
  • There are few things more aggravating on a perfectly quiet hill than the noise of one's own legs, encased in synthetic fibres, fissling like crisp packets.
  • I know most of you are thinking: "That is a small motor encased in a plastic tube, attached to a potentiometer and a pushswitch, so that some weird electric guitar player can use it to excite his guitar strings and magnetic pickups and generate an annoying electromagnetic whine. Boing Boing
  • His charcoal eyes were encased in a slightly oval, tanned face.
  • Modern land mines may be an encased charge of explosive or may contain a chemical agent or incendiary device.
  • The soles of the stockingless feet were encased in a most comfortable kind of sandal that anyone would wish to wear.
  • Books are meant to be read, not encased in glass. Times, Sunday Times
  • The nuclear waste is encased in concrete before being sent for storage in disused mines.
  • The root is encased by cementum, which is much thinner than enamel and not as durable.
  • Encased in scaffolding and bursting from a sweater they are the very apex of temptation. What a Let Down
  • It consisted of a green circuit board encased in heavy black metal and was about the size of a paperback book. THE ASSOCIATE
  • The rocks were encased in crusted snow and the wind was driving spindrift across the open slopes.
  • The reactor is encased in concrete and steel.
  • MUSIK VON HARMONIA sports a brash, bold, comic-book art drawing of a simple bottle of detergent with the bands name encased in a spiky yellow explosion of a speech bubble. Latest reviews @ Progarchives.com, the ultimate progressive rock music website
  • The tall ranchman, clad in full cowboy paraphernalia, his extended legs encased in leathern "shaps" decorated with long fringes, his belt of rattlesnake-skin, his loose shirt showing Peak and Prairie From a Colorado Sketch-book
  • Pour the remaining fondant mix over the caramel so it is completely encased in the centre of the fondant. Times, Sunday Times
  • Power poles are being encased in concrete rings to protect them from the heat. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sometimes this was encased in a rich crust of pastry or dough similar to saffron bread, a form reminiscent of the Scottish black bun.
  • Another item of interest the team will inspect is a small silver-encased prayer book in the mayor's parlour - Queen Katherine Parr's Book of Devotions.
  • X-ray tubes are encased in lead shields and fully protected and equipment is regularly calibrated.
  • She showed no sign of caring that her slim boyish legs, encased in her elder brothers khaki shorts, were being scratched by the thorns of the roses that she skedaddled past.
  • Most dinoflagellates are encased in plates of armor.
  • Apart from the signature sausages of Serbian meats -- the unencased cylinders of minced beef known as cevapcici (in both pork and lamb mixes) -- there's a large selection of animal proteins such as pljeskavica, the substantial cevap in burger form; various chicken parts including bacon-wrapped breast and bacon-wrapped livers; snappy paprika-spiked sausages; and pork schnitzel, all culminating in the house specialty, the leskobacki opanak, sort of a Balkan Bacon Explosion, a 500-gram bacon-wrapped cevap with a core of ham and Swiss. Chicago Reader
  • The chicken legs should be completely encased. Times, Sunday Times
  • The road sweeps past vast stands of banana trees, and every single tree is encased in blue plastic.
  • It's very gauzy and kind of encased in fluff and nostalgia, and it doesn't express the real history of the parkway at all. News & Record Article Feed
  • The article also includes the first ever figure of the specimen, showing it in its unprepared, siderite-encased case (a scan of that figure is included here). Archive 2006-07-01
  • His low voice muttered wistfully looking further down the path and seeing the wall that encased the palace like a boa and it's prey.
  • The bone fragment still preserves features of the brain that it once encased. The Runaway Brain: the Evolution of Human Uniqueness
  • The chicken legs should be completely encased. Times, Sunday Times
  • He's not above going for the boffo laugh, but the punch of the jokes comes at you encased in a velvet glove.
  • Many Nez Perce warriors carried a sacred war-club like this, with a stone head encased in elk rawhide.
  • Her legs were encased in a sickly green, nacreous material that was solid from the knees down, breaking apart into a delicate lace patterning over her thighs and waist. Crimson Wind
  • She had hair made of strands of pure gold, and eyes like the hundred thousand sapphire blue irises that had encased Nighting Lyre.
  • The flight recorders on the ill-fated planes, which are encased in titanium specifically to withstand catastrophic crashes, are apparently unrecoverable in this case, such was the enormity of the impact.
  • Fabric made with this tandem-spun yarn doesn't pill, since the core fiber - often a high-tenacity polyester that is prone to cause pilling - is almost completely encased in cotton, which doesn't pill.
  • I did a paper on torture in college and I can never forget the worst ones: the glass tube shoved into the penis and then broken while the tortured person is forced to drink glass after glass of water, the legs encased in a vise and put in a burlap sack and then pounded with hammers until the burlap is the only thing holding them together. Land of the Blind
  • Mandeville and Southgate slouched on their horses, both dressed in leather quilted jackets, their feet encased in long riding boots.
  • Venison steaks (or a boned roasting joint) may be encased in puff or shortcrust pastry, in the same way as fillet of beef.
  • The bone fragment still preserves features of the brain that it once encased. The Runaway Brain: the Evolution of Human Uniqueness
  • That same year she was encased in concrete and opened to the public. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Moroccan-leather-bound edition, limited to 50 numbered copies, is encased in a silver buckram drop-back solander box (£750 inclusive of delivery).
  • His upper body was completely encased in bandages.
  • Society will continue to have a drug problem for as long as we keep our heads well encased in 32 - tog coverlets.
  • The latter feature suggests that some kind of cushioning tissue encased the metatarsal ends, and a few titanosaurs preserve what appears to be some kind of soft tissue in this area. Archive 2006-04-01
  • She recovered consciousness and after about an hour managed to land safely 40 miles away, with her flying suit encased in ice. Times, Sunday Times
  • She was firmly encased in the shimmering spectacular gown which was assuming all the endearing qualities of a straitjacket. DEATH IN FASHION
  • At the same time, parts of southern England were struck by a freak ice storm that encased the landscape in thick ice. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cucurbitis safely sitting on the floor of the mudroom, still encased in the stockings, waiting to betossed into the same area to see if a repeat growth can occur. Foliage? In January? « Fairegarden
  • Greased up and encased in this garment, with its mittens and booties, I am like some grotesque infant! ANTI-ICE
  • When a call is received it sends current to a bulb encased with match heads. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cars that hurriedly zipped on by whilst I sat in behind the taxi driver who was encased in bullet proof plastic were a cornucopia of BMWs, Mercedes, Range Rovers and the odd Holden to boot.
  • The woman glanced into the rear-view mirror and adjusted it, catching sight of her spectacled brown eyes encased within its oblong frame.
  • It is accepted that much of the ornament on Irish and Pictish sculpture represents stone skeuomorphs of jewelled, metal-encased wooden crosses.
  • Some of the mummies were wrapped in linen and encased in sealed coffins and stone sarcophagi.
  • Note 3: armadillo, any of a family (Dasypodidae) of burrowing edentate mammals found from the southern U.S. to Argentina and having the body and head encased in an armor of small bony plates. Albert Collins Lyrics
  • To protect power station workers from this invisible threat the reactor core has to be encased behind many metres of thick concrete.
  • Encased in iron or under glass, such relics were especially esteemed for their power to reverse the course of the body's eventual decay by effecting cures or allaying physical pain.
  • When nuclear fuel is manufactured it is encased in metal cans.
  • The fiberglass lay-up of the hull is substantial and is generally well, supported by fiberglass-encased stringers, frames and plywood bulkheads securely tabbed to the hull.
  • That same year she was encased in concrete and opened to the public. Times, Sunday Times
  • Perhaps a manila envelope for the skin, but the book was nicely encased in recycled 'corrugated' cardboard, and wrapped in water resistant paper. pleasantly surprised
  • His upper body was encased in a corselet, and a belt about his waist held a sheathed shortsword.
  • Organic fillings range from smoked haddock to sausages in onion gravy or simply traditional pork encased in good crumbly shortcrust pastry.
  • She recovered consciousness and after about an hour managed to land safely 40 miles away, with her flying suit encased in ice. Times, Sunday Times
  • When nuclear fuel is manufactured it is encased in metal cans.
  • The chicken legs should be completely encased. Times, Sunday Times
  • Most of the displays are encased in glass. Christianity Today
  • Authentic menu items include delicacies such as shark's fin served in papaya encased in a custom-made silver container.
  • It's encased in clear plastic as if it has just been pulled from the rack at a drug store.
  • She was wearing no high coronet of diamonds, she was encased in no gemmed stomacher, and they had girt her with no jewelled sword. Pilgrimage with La Virgen de Zapopan from "A House in the Sun" by Dane Chandos
  • The chicken legs should be completely encased. Times, Sunday Times
  • The left lung was collapsed and superiorly encased by tumor.
  • The tumor completely encased the right coronary artery with external compression of the vessel wall without invasion into the tunica media.
  • There were also an assortment of expensive, though useful household items, including silver salvers, tea services, silver coffeepots, paintings and books, along with signed photographs of members of the royal family encased in gilded or leather presentation frames. Christmas with Queen Victoria | Edwardian Promenade
  • The silver surrounds a fine patinated and bronze doré French clock, 1820 to 1830, that is encased in its original ebonized wood and glass dome.
  • Jagged stalagmites pointed upward from the cave floor, encased in a crystal coat of ice.
  • That same year she was encased in concrete and opened to the public. Times, Sunday Times
  • The pomegranate's crunchy seeds, each encased in sweet-tart, watery pulp, make this fruit unusual and fun to eat.
  • Should a tie in a class of its own be encased in glass of its own? Times, Sunday Times
  • One woman carried a picture frame encased in transparent plastic.
  • The flower buds are produced from the apex of the pseudobulb, usually encased in a protective sheath, which dries and splits to allow the developing buds to emerge. Article Source
  • Well, it seems Count Rumford also has his name encased in this sponge cake based, meringue topped insulated ice cream dish. Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford
  • They were invited to sample haggis, the national dish of Scotland - that spicy mix of offal, suet and vegetables, delicately encased in sheep's intestines.
  • Most of the displays are encased in glass. Christianity Today
  • At the same time, parts of southern England were struck by a freak ice storm that encased the landscape in thick ice. Times, Sunday Times
  • The bagwig worn first by soldiers before 1700 had the hair encased in a bag.
  • The first is that drivers spend most of their working lives, with their heads encased in a fibreglass bucket.
  • My feet were encased in boots that appeared to have been designed by the people who used to manufacture iron maidens for the Spanish Inquisition. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was still sitting astride the bike, balancing it with his long, lean legs tautly encased in black leather.
  • It's based around the Zoom Air insole, which uses tensile strings encased in a heavy-gas filled capsule to deliver shock protection in an ultra-thin package.
  • Takoyaki are octopus fritters, small bits of meat encased in dashi seasoned batter and pan fried into a golf ball size. You gonna eat that? Random musings on food and life in Orange County, California » Honda Ya - Tustin
  • MicroRNAs, small RNA molecules that regulate gene expression, have been found to circulate in blood within lipid membrane-encased particles (exosomes) that are secreted from and blebbed off of cancer cells. undefined
  • That the light boxes were encased in modest plywood and hooked up to the gallery's electrical outlets with ordinary plugs and extension cords didn't detract from the magic.
  • The lead in PZT would require the device to be robustly encased in silicone or another biocompatible polymer. Medical Devices Powered by the Patient’s Own Heart | Impact Lab
  • Pour the remaining fondant mix over the caramel so it is completely encased in the centre of the fondant. Times, Sunday Times
  • The precious gold rings and necklets were encased in box to preserve them.Sentencedict
  • She sighed to herself and undid the green wrapping that encased her bagel, turkey, and Monterey Jack cheese sandwich.
  • Some of the plants were in the seedling stage, with their roots encased in soil contained in plastic bags, while the larger plants stood in earthen pots.
  • Encased in iron or under glass, such relics were especially esteemed for their power to reverse the course of the body's eventual decay by effecting cures or allaying physical pain.
  • A vivid green pile of leaves, beans and peas was crowned with slithers of smoked duck as well as pate foie gras encased in shells of duck meat.
  • Roof overhangs are supported by steel columns also encased in stone.
  • Should a tie in a class of its own be encased in glass of its own? Times, Sunday Times
  • I encased the priceless antique vase in glass to preserve it.
  • Her feet, encased in cloth shoes embroidered with flowers and birds, are barely five inches long. Times, Sunday Times
  • When drilling is completed in August, the entire borehole will be encased in steel and cement so that sensitive instruments - such as seismometers, strainmeters, and fluid and temperature gauges - can be installed underground.
  • A main body with a small monitor sitting above the main workings of the machine, all encased in plastic.
  • Wielding the billhook allows Heavy Billmen to hack, stab and chop if needed and being encased in anything from half to three quarter plate armour means they can shrug off considerable damage.
  • What remained of the truieg fell aside, still encased in graying haustorium. Flinx In Flux
  • The precious gold rings and necklets were encased in box to preserve them.
  • Organic fillings range from smoked haddock to sausages in onion gravy or simply traditional pork encased in good crumbly shortcrust pastry.
  • One of its paws gently brushed Lowell's neck, a feather-light touch, the claws neatly encased in fur.
  • I had a long piazza, encased in netting, where paterfamilias, with his pipe, could muse and gaze at the stars unmolested. Eighty Years and More: Reminiscences 1815-1897
  • The iron lung encased Virginia in a vacuum.
  • But the cave walls are encased with highly prized swiftlet nests, used in bird's-nest soup. The Sun
  • The reception was encased in bulletproof glass, the blankets were riddled with holes and the remote control was moist. Times, Sunday Times
  • You're a cryogenic heart attack {encased in flame} and laced with memory's sweetest secret name spoken and winding icily down the same backbone that you freeze with a fireburn hum; to feel you breathe upon my xiphisternum is like a dream from heaven above Popular in the last 8 hours
  • A wok-cooked chicken tikka karahi bhoona comes encased in a spirited sauce with hints of garlic and chunks of capsicum, which my friend claims is slightly less fiery than his starter, and thus suits his taste.
  • Pour the remaining fondant mix over the caramel so it is completely encased in the centre of the fondant. Times, Sunday Times
  • She recovered consciousness and after about an hour managed to land safely 40 miles away, with her flying suit encased in ice. Times, Sunday Times
  • The virosome vaccine is composed of liposomes, water insoluble spheres encased in lipid layers.
  • Only the woefully ignorant think that the term fossil is restricted to bones and other body parts that have become encased in stone. Think Progress
  • Her student card was encased in plastic.
  • The fine-grained sediments that encased the ancient reptiles also preserved evidence of the creatures' stomach contents, giving paleontologists insight into the creatures' diet.
  • It spread a few feet and stopped, encased in an invisible dome, much like the invisible wall the fireball had hit earlier.
  • X-ray tubes are encased in lead shields and fully protected and equipment is regularly calibrated.
  • The nuclear waste is encased in concrete before being sent for storage in disused mines.
  • In his writing, he often encased the word "bubble" in disputative quotation marks -- as if to challenge the notion that any market rise could be excessive. The credit bubble, the recession and what the Federal Reserve should have done
  • So many things are encased in epoxy or some other material so you couldn't penetrate it and even if you did you would just break it.
  • The chicken legs should be completely encased. Times, Sunday Times
  • The courtyard, encased within high stone walls, is a suntrap, and the current owners, who live in the coach-house, make good use of the sheltered amenity.
  • They wrapped about one leg, leaving the other bare, covered her body, and finally encased her head.
  • Down lower she was covered by it entirely, like a small insect encased in its silky pupa --- could see nothing. BEHINDLINGS
  • The Lancashire town of Bury is famed for black pudding, a regional delicacy consisting of congealed pigs' blood, fat, and rusk, encased in a length of intestine.
  • A sense of modernism's refined treatment of detail is garnered in the handling of the existing staircases, now glass encased and extruded from the main body of the building.
  • Artist Byron Clercx takes pages of books and laminates them together, while several artists, including Berwyn Hung, have immersed books in liquid and encased them in containers.
  • The larynx, thyroid, and parathyroid glands were also encased by the sclerotic, yellow tissue.
  • Mariano was in the next room, sitting on an examination table as he carefully pulling his drawstring trousers over the semirigid plastic cast that encased his right leg. Analog Science Fiction and Fact
  • The rocks were encased in crusted snow and the wind was driving spindrift across the open slopes.
  • Sir William Wallace gave "a heavy sword encased in a brass scabbard," and naively explaining which Sir William Wallace it was, lest we get the wrong one by the hassock; this is the one "from whose patriotism and bravery comes that heart-stirring air, 'Scots wha hae wi' Wallace bled. ' Christian Science
  • The hull is supported by a system of longitudinal stringers and transverse frames of plywood encased in fiberglass and resin.
  • products encased in leatherette
  • Every year, thousands of tonnes of perishable goods, from cellophane-wrapped chickens to cardboard-encased ready-made pizzas, end up in the bin.
  • The reception was encased in bulletproof glass, the blankets were riddled with holes and the remote control was moist. Times, Sunday Times
  • The reactor is encased in concrete and steel.
  • The men have hanging from their girdles their flint and tinder, knife-case, powder-horn, and, stuck through the girdle from right to left is a sword encased in a sheath made sometimes of wood, but often of metal inlaid with silver and stones. With the Tibetans in Tent and Temple: Narrative of Four Years' Residence on the Tibetan Borders, and of a Journey into the Far Interior
  • Books are meant to be read, not encased in glass. Times, Sunday Times
  • Power poles are being encased in concrete rings to protect them from the heat. Times, Sunday Times
  • The sushi bar appears to be encased in red lacquer, and the tall, curving chairs lining it look like they've been heisted from The Jetsons.
  • A small wood shingled A frame, it was solidly encased by trees, hidden from view.
  • It showed off an azure jewel, encased in silver.
  • Her feet were encased in fine black leather boots with riding heels and elegant filigreed spurs and you could have cut butter with the crease in her dark jeans.
  • Its huge flanks are encased in a delicately ribbed translucent skin that scintillates arrestingly with both natural and artificial light.
  • Veréd Cosmetiqué's bronzing powder is encased in a beautiful silver compact with a mirror and separate compartment for the brush applicator.
  • She returned to her kit bag, finding a bottle of multipurpose solution encased in a Ziploc bag, and cleaned and reinserted her contacts. MINUTES TO BURN
  • They consisted of a core wound round with rubber bands and encased in a rubber-like shell (the balata), which provided great feel around the greens but cut and scuffed easily. Testing the Technological Edge
  • Most of the displays are encased in glass. Christianity Today
  • Some are now encased in chrysalises hanging From the milkweed plants, waiting to emerge as orange-and-black beauties and continue their journey.
  • Its blood-filled organ, encased in collagen, is remarkably similar in structure to the mammalian erectile penis.
  • The splenic artery was encased by tumor, although there was no intraluminal invasion, and the artery showed severe calcific atherosclerosis.
  • The files all had tiny labels encased in plastic tabs arranged so they made a neat diagonal from left to right. Echo Burning
  • The plates of embossed and chiseled bronze which encased the body of the chariot are figured with admirably-worked subjects in basso-rilievo, many of them relating to the "wondrous tale of Troy. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 17, No. 102, June, 1876
  • After being encased in a cocoon spun by a spider, the spider pounces on Link.

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