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covering

[′kəv·riŋ]
(mathematics)
For a set A, a collection of sets whose union contains A. Also known as cover.
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The word of God makes us to understand that a woman who is praying without covering her head has no respect for her head.
Start by looking at the policy that is already in place covering the family home.
The concept of covering songs or musical pieces -- for Egyptians - is part of a rich tradition; during musical education, all musicians cover the work of others to practice and improve.
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If covering the whole bird is too tough, cover at least the bare minimum: engine inlets, exhausts, exposed linkages, pitot tubes, canopies and rotor heads.
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