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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 EHF communications network, with a topside antenna encased in a steel shelter, is designed to withstand a nearby nuclear blast," the lieutenant said.
Barnard will act encased in a giant vase up to his neck, sitting on stage with two women also encased up to their necks in giant vases.
For example, the elevators, utilities infrastructure and exit stairs will be encased in the vertical core, made of two-foot-thick concrete walls that rise through the center of the building.
Running 51 miles, the river is only a hint of the waterway that created Los Angeles, and was encased in concrete as the city sprawled.
Army Corps of Engineers encased much of the river in concrete beginning in the late 1930s and continuing through the 1950s.
The revolutionary Fleetguard technology in the FS20000(TM) system aids the fuel pump in using fuel as a lubricant, as opposed to oil or greases encased in the pump.
OB) reported today that it is returning to the North Slope of Alaska to inspect additional encased pipelines for its Alaska customers this summer and fall.
Based on these results, the Company is beginning an aggressive sales effort to secure encased and insulated pipe inspection work in Canada, Alaska and the U.
A bundle of bones encased in hardened tree sap shows that ancient mammals can be preserved in amber, two paleontologists announced Thursday.
As sap continues to flow out of the tree, the insects are covered and permanently encased.
Bite-size dinosaurs will be making their way across country from Thousand Oaks to Maine encased in amber-colored lollipops.