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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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The scheme has provision for creation of infrastructure in Cooch Behar District of West Bengal and former Bangladeshi enclaves in India and also for providing temporary and permanent rehabilitation of returnees from the former Indian enclaves in Bangladesh.
Once inside Spain's enclaves, migrants are usually taken to temporary shelters and later moved to the Spanish mainland, or returned to their country of origin.
The properties were so popular that several of the original seven enclaves have already opened their second phases.
Ali said the residents of Bangladeshi enclaves on Indian soil are stuck in the territorial problem and have been deprived of basic facilities like electricity, food and water supply.
Similarly, there are Bangladeshi enclaves located in Cooch Behar district.
Two further European enclaves also feature in the top five of the luxury residential enclaves ranking; Sardinia's Costa Smeralda - which boasts a vast luxury property portfolio across its 35 mile coastline - and Monaco, where there is currently a five bedroom villa in the region's Cap Ferrat enclave on the market for e1/458 million (AED 294 million/$80 million).
The purpose of this paper is to examine how ethnic enclaves influence the labor market outcomes of foreign-born workers.
T he best-selling Buick in America, the Enclave, is a roomy, smooth-riding, sizable family SUV with top safety scores and a novel center air bag that deploys between the front seats in certain side crashes.
Today, there are around 256 such enclaves in Europe, the former USSR and Asia, but 80 per cent of the world's enclaves, most of the world's counter enclaves and the world's only counter-counter enclave, lie along the Bangladesh-India border in a territorial complex known as the Cooch Behar enclaves.
Certification and accreditation of network enclaves allows Army service component commanders and their designated approving authorities to have a formal and repeatable process of identifying, measuring, mitigating and accepting risks to a critical command and control enabler--their communications networks.
In the present paper, another set of enclaves will be mapped in Excel, again using data taken directly from a boundary treaty.
The existence of enclaves on either side of the border is a bizarre anomaly that might finally be solved by a swap.