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- farming in small enclosed fields. Similarly in much of west and north-west England, fields were either never open, or were enclosed early. The primary...
- the Basic Multilingual Plane, a few additional enclosed numerals are in the Dingbats and the Enclosed CJK Letters and Months blocks. There is also a block...
- Enclosed C or circled Latin C (Ⓒ or ⓒ) is a typographical symbol. As one of many enclosed alphanumerics, the symbol is a "C" within a circle. The capitalized...
- Enclosed rhyme (or enclosing rhyme) is the rhyme scheme ABBA (that is, where the first and fourth lines, and the second and third lines rhyme). Enclosed-rhyme...
- Enclosed Alphanumeric Supplement is a Unicode block consisting of Latin alphabet characters and Arabic numerals enclosed in circles, ovals or boxes, used...
- cir****stances, exceptions may be granted for enclosed men or women to leave the enclosure temporarily or permanently. Enclosed religious orders of men include monks...
- England of enclosing a number of small landholdings to create one larger farm. Enclosure or enclosed may also refer to: Enclosure, an enclosed area of agricultural...
- The enclosed helmet, also termed a primitive great helm or early great helm, was a type of Western European helmet of the late 12th and early 13th century...
- with an open-air format in 1957, was enclosed in 1973. Aside from Southdale Center, significant early enclosed shopping malls were Harundale Mall (1958)...
- Enclosed Ideographic Supplement is a Unicode block containing forms of characters and words from Chinese, ****anese and Korean enclosed within or stylised...