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enclave

a part of a country entirely surrounded by foreign territory: viewed from the position of the surrounding territories

enclave

[′än‚klāv]
(computer science)
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On another front in Syria's seven-year civil war, Turkish air strikes killed 36 pro-regime fighters in a Kurdish enclave near the Turkish border.
After that, the three forces would move in and take up positions in the captured Beit Jinn enclave, and gain a jumping-off pad against Israel and its Hermon outpost.
The Enclave Alabang is the first horizontal project of Filigree, the newest player in luxury real estate.
However, Bahria Enclave Zoo is making a difference by providing its animals an international standard environment under the supervision of properly qualified staff.
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She said the committee also given approval in principal to Green Enclave Phase-II which would benifit 18,000 government employees and journalists to get alloment letter of their polts.
After the aproval of the Green Enclave Phase-II Barha Kahu, 18 thousnds employees would get the alloments of their polts.
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By combining enterprise application workloads with an overlay virtual security infrastructure, the CoIP Cloud-Ready Enclave protects workloads using consistent security policies with automatic and dynamic security implementation.
Buick, a subsidiary of General Motors (NYSE: GM), has launched a limited edition of its Enclave full-size crossover called the 2016 Enclave Tuscan Edition at the 2015 New York auto show.
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DECKS have been cleared for setting up the second diplomatic enclave in the Capital.