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Definition of Contained

Contain
Contain Con*tain", v. i. To restrain desire; to live in continence or chastity. But if they can not contain, let them marry. --1 Cor. vii. 9.

Meaning of Contained from wikipedia

- A self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) is a device worn to provide an autonomous supply of breathable gas in an atmosphere that is immediately dangerous...
- The Drop That Contained the Sea is a classical crossover album by Christopher Tin released in 2014. It premiered on April 13, 2014 at Carnegie Hall and...
- Moments Contained is a 2022-2023 bronze sculpture on the Stationsplein, in front of Rotterdam Centraal station, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. It was created...
- In computing, self-contained system (SCS) is a software architecture approach that focuses on a separation of the functionality into many independent...
- Closed ecological systems or contained ecological systems (CES) are ecosystems that do not rely on matter exchange with any part outside the system. The...
- (MWE), a minimal complete verifiable example (MCVE), or a short self-contained correct example (SSCCE). How to create a Minimal, Reproducible Example...
- A self-contained self-rescue device, SCSR, self-contained self-rescuer, or air pack is a portable oxygen source for providing breathable air when the surrounding...
- California, Berkeley. By the time the Wayback Machine launched, it already contained over 10 billion archived pages. The data is stored on the Internet Archive's...
- breathing gas at the ambient pressure. Scuba is an anacronym for self-contained underwater breathing apparatus. Although strictly speaking the scuba set...
- cyberpunk novel Neuromancer, where each corporation has its own self-contained city known as an arcology. More recently, authors such as Peter Hamilton...