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  • 61 Wikipedia:Manual of Style — This guideline is a part of the English Wikipedia s Manual of Style. Use common sense in applying it; it will have occasional exceptions. Please ensure that any edits to this page reflect consensus. Shortcuts …

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  • 62 encompass — I (include) verb adscribere, complecti, comprise, consist of, contain, continere, cover, embrace, hold, incorporate, span, subsume, take in associated concepts: encompass a broad cross section of the law II (surround) verb be circum …

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  • 63 immure — I verb cast into prison, commit to an institution, commit to prison, confine, constrain, detain, encage, enclose, enclose within walls, entomb, gate, hold, hold captive, hold in captivity, hold in check, hold within bounds, impound, imprison,… …

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  • 64 bracket — n. support 1) to put up brackets (on a wall) mark used to enclose 2) to enclose (a word) in brackets; to put (a word) into brackets 3) angle, broken; round; square brackets group with similar characteristics 4) an age; income; tax bracket * * * [ …

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  • 65 envelop — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. cover, wrap, enshroud, enfold, surround, enclose, hide. See circumscription, covering. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. encompass, wrap up, cover, conceal; see enclose 1 , hide 1 , surround 2 , wrap 2 . III …

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  • 66 fence — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. barrier, barricade, wall, stockade, paling, hedge, railing; slang, bagman or woman, receiver [of stolen goods]. v. i. en close; fight, thrust and parry; parry, evade; slang, bootleg, black market,… …

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  • 67 frame — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. construct, fashion, fabricate; devise, compose, formulate; enclose; slang, incriminate, trump up. See production, accusation, plan. n. framework, skeleton; edge, boundary, confines; temper, state,… …

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  • 68 pen — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. stockade, enclosure, fold, stall, coop, cage, pound, corral, paddock; stylus, quill. v. t. confine, jail, impound, enclose, restrain, cage, coop; write, indite, inscribe. See restraint, abode, writing …

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  • 69 include — [15] The idea of ‘shutting in’ or ‘enclosure’ is etymologically central to include – indeed, it is virtually the same word as enclose. It was borrowed from Latin inclūdere, a compound verb formed from the prefix in and claudere ‘shut’ (source of… …

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  • 70 include — [15] The idea of ‘shutting in’ or ‘enclosure’ is etymologically central to include – indeed, it is virtually the same word as enclose. It was borrowed from Latin inclūdere, a compound verb formed from the prefix in and claudere ‘shut’ (source of… …

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  • 71 shut in — verb surround completely Darkness enclosed him They closed in the porch with a fence • Syn: ↑enclose, ↑close in, ↑inclose • Derivationally related forms: ↑enclosure ( …

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  • 72 hain — I. ˈ(h)ān transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: Middle English hanen, haynen, from Old Norse hegna to enclose; akin to Middle Low German hegenen to enclose, Middle High German heinen to enclose, Old High German hagan thornbush, Old Norse hagi… …

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  • 73 Alexander the Great in the Qur'an — Alexander in the Qur an is a theory that holds that the character of Dhul Qarnayn, mentioned in the Qur an, is in fact Alexander the Great. The name Alexander itself is never mentioned in the Qur an. Dhul Qarnayn (in Arabic ذو القرنين) is a… …

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  • 74 Problem of Apollonius — In Euclidean plane geometry, Apollonius problem is to construct circles that are tangent to three given circles in a plane (Figure 1); two circles are tangent if they touch at a single point. Apollonius of Perga (ca. 262 BC ndash; ca. 190 BC)… …

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  • 75 Selsley — is a small village of around 175 houses located approximately 2 miles south of Stroud, in Gloucestershire, UK. Being scattered around the western and eastern edge of a Cotswold spur, the village lacks a focus and is nowadays sub divided into… …

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  • 76 Gormenghast (castle) — Gormenghast Gormenghast series location Creator Mervyn Peake Genre Gothic fantasy, Fantasy of manners Type Castle …

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  • 77 Diagrammatic reasoning — is reasoning by means of visual representations. The study of diagrammatic reasoning is about the understanding of concepts and ideas, visualized with the use of diagrams and imagery instead of by linguistic or algebraic means. Contents 1 Related …

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  • 78 Evolutionary history of plants — Plants have evolved through increasing levels of complexity, from the earliest algal mats, through bryophytes, lycopods, ferns and gymnosperms to the complex angiosperms of today. While the simple plants continue to thrive, especially in the… …

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  • 79 Symphony No. 5 (Simpson) — The Symphony No. 5 by Robert Simpson was written in 1972 and dedicated in admiration to the London Symphony Orchestra, who gave the premiere on May 3, 1973, conducted by Andrew Davis. The second performance in England didn t take place until 1984 …

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  • 80 enclosure — /en kloh zheuhr/, n. 1. something that encloses, as a fence or wall. 2. something that is enclosed, as a paper sent in a letter. 3. the separation and appropriation of land by means of a fence. 4. a tract of land surrounded by a fence. 5. an act… …

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