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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 correct position is that the Chairman NAB was lawfully allotted a house at Ministers' Enclave during the tenure of caretaker Government in 2018 after completion of due process and with the approval of competent authority i.e.
Companies that wish to run their applications in the public cloud but don't want their most valuable software IP visible to other software or the cloud provider can run their proprietary algorithms inside an enclave. Multiple untrusted parties can share transactions but protect their confidential or proprietary data from the other parties by using enclaves.
The CDA management has directed the formations concerned to complete codal formalities and formulate plans within three months in order to start development work in Park Enclave Phase-II, a press release received here on Friday said.
In this context, CDA management has directed the concerned formations to complete codel formalities, formulate plans and design etc for the project within three (03) months so that development work could be launched in the phase-II of the Park Enclave. It has been further directed that in the meantime other concerned departments including ICT administration and others be also taken on board to resolve administrative and other technical issues pertaining to Park Enclave-II.
In this context, CDA management has directed the concerned formations to complete codal formalities, formulate plans and design for the project within three months so that development work could be launched in the phase-II of the Park Enclave.
Another nine people were killed elsewhere in the enclave, it said.
Park Enclave was launched in 2011 and became yet another stuck-up project of the civic agency as till now 10pc of the work remains incomplete.
Chobe District Commissioner, Ms Sekgabo Makgosa has commended the Chobe Enclave Conservation Trust (CECT) for conducting annual general meetings as per its constitution.
Summary: Coochbehar, (West Bengal) [India], April 11 (ANI): Voters from the Enclave settlement camp in Dinhata sub-division of Coochbehar district participated in the General election for the first time on Thursday after the enclave settlement was sealed in 2015.
Having studied the enclaves/exclaves issue for many years, I tend to accept the definition of Dr Honore Marc Catudal from his monograph The Exclave Problem of Western Europe (University of Alabama Press, 1979): An exclave [he tends to use the terms 'exclave' and 'enclave' interchangeably] is a part of one state completely surrounded by the territory of another.
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It's been fifty years after America's collapse, and Caleb has a plan that could help secure his enclave's future.