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enclosed space


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n enclosed space space that is surrounded by something
    • ***


In literature:

She had traversed the open space of turf, and come to the tall, iron hurdles enclosing the paddock.
"The History of Sir Richard Calmady" by Lucas Malet
The prison walls enclosed a quadrangular space of several acres, the southern wall running along the margin of the bay and facing Sandusky.
"Reminiscences of a Rebel" by Wayland Fuller Dunaway
I was told that the walls of the prison enclose an area of 132 acres, so that there is abundance of space for all kinds of work.
"A Boy's Voyage Round the World" by The Son of Samuel Smiles
Behind the knee-joint, the muscles which connect the leg with the thigh enclose the space named popliteal.
"Surgical Anatomy" by Joseph Maclise
The space thus enclosed formed a state room, six feet long and three feet wide, outside of the berth.
"Watch and Wait" by Oliver Optic
There's a space field of low intensity surrounding all of Jupiter, enclosing all the moons.
"Empire" by Clifford Donald Simak
The worship of nature does not suggest the enclosing of a space for religious acts.
"History of Religion" by Allan Menzies
A hollow square of squat buildings enclosed the vast workshops and storage space of the fleet of war vessels.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, November, 1930" by Various
The market is generally held in the open space outside the town, and is generally enclosed.
"Burma" by R.Talbot Kelly
The space enclosed by the rope was covered with sawdust.
"The Boy Scout and Other Stories for Boys" by Richard Harding Davis
A high wall enclosed the yard, but beyond that was freedom and open space.
"Jimbo" by Algernon Blackwood
The dam must be sufficiently strong to withstand the exterior pressure to which it is exposed when the enclosed space is pumped dry.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 6, Slice 6" by Various
The spaces thus enclosed by the netting and the poles are then filled with earth, which is well rammed, thus making a solid wall 4 in.
"Cottage Building in Cob, Pisé, Chalk and Clay" by Clough Williams-Ellis
This arch must be the curving of solid space which had been bent awry to enclose the magical land.
"The Tree of Life" by Catherine Lucille Moore
Beyond the enclosed space of the old mission lay a broad piece of open ground.
"The Camp Fire Girls Behind the Lines" by Margaret O'Bannon Womack Vandercook
ARE'NA, the enclosed space in the central part of the Roman amphitheatres, in which took place the combats of gladiators or wild beasts.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 2" by Various
The enclosed space is situated near some rivulet or spring to which, in summer, the gazelles resort.
"The Thousand and One Nights, Vol. I." by Anonymous
He hated the dark, the enclosed space, and now he was trapped.
"Project Cyclops" by Thomas Hoover
If that enclosed space were the interior of a gun, that force of forty tons per square inch would be available for driving out the projectile.
"The Romance of War Inventions" by Thomas W. Corbin
He looked upon a small open space which was framed in on two sides by the tall hedges that enclosed the whole terrace.
"Problematic Characters" by Friedrich Spielhagen

In poetry:

The ivory tower awakened my desire;
I longed to enclose myself in selfish bliss,
Yet hungered after space, my thirst on fire
For heaven, from out the shades of my abyss.
"Portico" by Ruben Dario
Give me, O God, to sing that thought!
Give me—give him or her I love, this quenchless faith
In Thy ensemble. Whatever else withheld, withhold not from us,
Belief in plan of Thee enclosed in Time and Space;
"Song Of The Universal" by Walt Whitman

In news:

SOLAS amendments to mandate enclosed space entry and rescue drills agreed by IMO Sub-Committee on Dangerous Goods, Solid cargoes & Containers.
They have two separate internal passages — one at 90° for lubricating oil and one vertical airway for venting enclosed air space.
As of Sunday, anyone caught smoking in enclosed public spaces will now have to pay a 30 euro ($40) fine and as much as 100,000 euros ($134,000) after being caught three times.
The Central Asian nation of Turkmenistan has earned another spot in the record books with the world's largest Ferris wheel in an enclosed space.
The PVC wrap that's temporarily enclosing the space will also be sold, while the seats and toilets will be reused elsewhere.
) The enclosed space replaces the outdoor area along Deuce 's western wall, but there is still a small open-air patio, with seating, in the back (see second pic).
Regardless of office type, from enclosed spaces to open floor plans, acoustics represent the greatest source of dissatisfaction in LEED -certified office buildings.
In part, that's because outlets are some of the only mall space being built now: There hasn't been a new enclosed mall completed in the US since 2006.
You're in an enclosed space filled with cobwebs at every turn.
Natural materials, including mahogany walls and a Douglas fir ceiling bring warmth to the glass-enclosed space.
Some phobias make complete sense, like a fear of heights or enclosed spaces.
Revel stands more than 730 feet tall, consists of over 6.3 milliont--sf of space, and is enclosed by 836,762-sf of glass.
The 3-IN-ONE No-Rust Shield can be used to protect metals in enclosed spaces, including toolboxes and truck bed boxes, for up to 90 days.
The new 3-In-One No-Rust Shield from WD-40 can be placed in gloveboxes and toolboxes to protect metals in enclosed spaces for up to 90 days.
This low stone retaining wall with a smooth upper surface does double duty: In addition to enclosing the terrace and defining the space, it also provides comfortable places for guests to sit during larger gatherings.

In science:

If E is closed, then (as all spaces in sight are compact) the condition enclosed by [..] is a closed condition on Y × Y, hence F is closed.
Borel equivalence relations and Lascar strong types
V is the domain of the space-time enclosed by σ1, σ2 and C .
Generators of Internal Lorentz Transformations and of General Affine Coordinate Transformations in Teleparallel Theory of (2+1)-Dimensional Gravity --- Cases with Static Circularly Symmetric Space-Times---
Namely, the geometry of the enclosing space k V4 should have no influence on the geometric properties of the enclosed space V3 (should not change the metric tensor gik ).
The basic principles of geometrization of the quantum mechanics
For a volume element of the fluid in flat space, the whole fluid enclosed in a given area passes the lightsheet, so that the entropy should scale with the volume by the assumption that we have a finite entropy density.
Experimental Tests of the Holographic Entropy Bound
In brief, this former test entails that if the standard geometric phase changes continuously by a nonzero integer multiple of 2π for a continuous set of loops in parameter space, starting and ending with infinitesimally small loops, then this set of loops must enclose a degeneracy point.
Searching for degeneracies of real Hamiltonians using homotopy classification of loops in SO($n$)
FIG. 1: M± are two partial Cauchy surfaces enclosing a region of space-time and intersecting ∆ in the 2-spheres S± respectively and extend to spatial infinity io .
Generic weak isolated horizons
Holography (see below) suggests that the maximal entropy of any system is bounded by SHOL ≤ Al−2 P, where A is the area of the space-like surface enclosing a certain region of space.
Cosmological Entropy Bounds
The results for the pumped charge per pumping cycle are shown in figure 5, where η is the enclosed surface in parameter space.
Charge transport through single molecules, quantum dots, and quantum wires
There are three answers to the question of how this state can be topologically characterized despite the absence of a complete gap: in momentum space, the gapless points are “topologically protected” by the behavior of the band structure on a surface enclosing each point17,18 .
Beyond Band Insulators: Topology of Semi-metals and Interacting Phases
E, R) = R dz θ(E − h) is the volume of phase space enclosed by this shell.
Geometric phases and anholonomy for a class of chaotic classical systems
For example one could define the region of parameter space enclosing a fraction f of the points with the highest likelihood as the N -dimensional confidence region, and then see whether this region intersects with the corresponding region for the new data.
Cosmological parameters from CMB and other data: a Monte-Carlo approach
Significant differences are obtained and second order corrections to SHF bring the SHF into reasonable agreement with NCSM for 4H e and 16O in SHF model spaces ”enclosed” by the NCSM model space.
Hartree-Fock Approximation for the $Ab initio$ No-Core Shell Model
By ”enclosed” we refer to the sketch of model spaces in Figure 1 where the meaning is clear from the labelled model spaces.
Hartree-Fock Approximation for the $Ab initio$ No-Core Shell Model
The argument is simply that take cube enclosing the domain and the do the extension of the function to full space and then restrict to the cube.
A higher order Weierstrass approximation theorem - a new proof
In this case, the contour encircling the whole free space in Eq. (14) may be considered to consist of two contours where L encloses the sphere while the second one encloses some remote inductor creating a uniform field with Ψ0 (r) = r2 /2 that corresponds to the vector potential scaled by A0 = R0B0 .
Boundary-integral method for poloidal axisymmetric AC magnetic fields