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encased

Said of a steel-framed structure in which all of the individual framing members are completely enclosed in cast-in-place concrete.
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The company representative explained that even placing the encased grid under a patient without a cassette in place to support the grid could cause problems like the one described above.
The EHF communications network, with a topside antenna encased in a steel shelter, is designed to withstand a nearby nuclear blast," the lieutenant said.
LANCASTER - People can sip lattes, listen to blues music and watch plays by a Nobel Prize winner depicting a woman buried up to her neck in dirt and actors encased in giant vases.
The STA presented Silverstein with a piece of rebar from Ground Zero encased in a clear acrylic block and engraved with the words "Never Forget 9-11-01" for his diligence in the rebuilding process.
Three of James's sculptures are presented on stark plywood bases, encased within cubes of clear and two-way mirrored Plexiglas.
The method features steps for encasing the exposed surfaces of a wooden marine structure with a plurality of rigid plates sized to the surfaces to be encased.
In the third solo the arms are encased in heavy sleeves of lead.
MIL-STD-810F-tested for ruggedness, the CF-29 is encased in magnesium alloy, with durability designed into every seal, hinge and connector.