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.
References in periodicals archive ?
This compact drive can be connected and installed the conventional wall-mounting method or, optionally, mounted with heat sinks pushed through the enclosure wall.
For any corporate or healthcare setting, the Lenovo ThinkPad Enclosure Wall Mount is the perfect kiosk solution because it can accommodate a cable lock or be mounted flush on the wall.
The placement of Oglanqala and Qizqala 1 and their associated enclosure wall could certainly be related to agriculture or to trade, but equally could be related to the seasonal use of highland and lowland resources.
The value of Geranium Street Floral's Ivy Fence Roll and Green Leaf Privacy Foliage in pet-related uses is readily apparent in this video: Ivy Fence Roll Covers Dog Enclosure Wall.
The enclosure wall is insulated, including balcony constructions contact system with outer colored plaster.
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.
Apply acoustically absorptive surface finish to the existing masonry enclosure wall surfaces facing the chiller.
In this respect, he repeatedly stresses the existence of a small area of tholoi on the tell, separated from an outlying workshop area by an enclosure wall.
The most obvious of these is its enclosure wall, which is also reinforced by four corner tower-buttresses in the shape of a three-quarter circle and twenty-four semi-circular tower-buttresses along the sides.
Ruins of an enclosure wall in the surrounding area suggest the pavilion was in an enclosed garden adjoining a palace.
Some architectural features belonging to the mosque were already visible before the excavations began, including the tower in the north-east corner excavated by the Yale Joint Mission, a section of the east enclosure wall, and the entrance facade and doorway.
Raleigh National Cemetery is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is defined by its masonry enclosure wall.