enclosure wall

enclosure wall

1.Any non-load-bearing wall in skeleton construction; usually anchored to piers, columns, or floors; a curtain wall.
2. The curved metal or glass partition surrounding a revolving door.
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Tenders are invited for Repairs to western enclosure wall at taj mahal, agra
A Trust was established and over the past five years it has undertaken a series of consolidation works on the enclosure wall, vegetation clearance/ management and steps to reduce vandalism, antisocial behaviour and theft.
It is believed that the 17-foot long crocodile attacked the researcher, Deasy Tuwo, who was feeding it, by jumping up an 8-foot tall enclosure wall and dragging her in.
The enclosure wall was in dangerous condition, however, the grave of Sur Buland Khan is in sound condition.
Evidence of an enclosure wall surrounding a mausoleum was limited to Shorden Brae, so the group of mausolea at Binchester is therefore of national importance, says the report.
This compact drive can be connected and installed the conventional wall-mounting method or, optionally, mounted with heat sinks pushed through the enclosure wall. Since no additional modules or add-on options are required for operation, installation time is minimized.
The design included a new ~7-foot tall (2.1 m) masonry enclosure wall with security fence.
Heat pipe based heat exchangers and impingement heat exchangers by Thermacore enable medical equipment electronics to be isolated and cooled without introducing the external environment (moisture, dirt, and other contaminants); these heat exchangers collect heat through internal fins, then transfer the heat outside of the compartment through conduction, so no air is transferred through the enclosure wall. The heat is then dissipated from the system through sets of external fins.
It is comprised of a L-shaped atrium, found along the south and west part of the church, a row of rooms on the south and an enclosure wall along the west part of the church.
Ralph Hempelmann contributes a detailed report on the excavations in Area K on the southern edge of the upper, inner tell, near the "Kleiner Antentempel." The excavations were located adjacent to the enclosure wall of the upper city in order to determine when that wall was built, which would in turn elucidate the period when the Kranzhugel was planned and constructed.
Burial shafts in this cemetery are laid out in rows running parallel to the enclosure wall of the Pyramid Complex of Amenemhat II.