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Definition of Incapsulate

Incapsulate
Incapsulate In*cap"su*late, v. t. (Physiol.) To inclose completely, as in a membrane.

Meaning of Incapsulate from wikipedia

- In linguistic typology, polysynthetic languages, formerly holophrastic languages, are highly synthetic languages, i.e. languages in which words are composed...
- fibergl**** part being built, and breather and bagging materials used to incapsulate the bondment when debulking (vacuum removal of air from between layers...
- This list of islands in Spain incapsulates the country's islands both within its territorial borders and its overseas possessions. The total number of...
- right of the tomb, lining the walkway are dark red porphyry blocks with incapsulated soils from hero cities, Leningrad, Kiev, Minsk, Stalingrad, Odessa, Sevastopol...
- violated the rule of law and the sovereignty of parliament. This is incapsulated in Sir Richard Wild's judgment, in which he stated that "The Act of Parliament...
- surely one of the most imposing linguistic edifices of the 20th century, incapsulated [sic] the functionalist credo." In the late 20th century, English translations...
- have been established. These include: Dental fear survey (DFS) which incapsulates 20 items in relation to various situations, feelings and reaction to...
- the back side by thermal radiation from a resistive graphite heater incapsulated between two boron nitride discs, which improve the temperature uniformity...
- 4-5 mm long. Ludwigia pilosa is plentiful in seeds measuring 0.5mm and incapsulated in a dry seed pod. The seed box in cubed shaped with a thick exterior...