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tr.v. en·cased, en·cas·ing, en·cas·es
To enclose in or as if in a case.

en·case′ment n.
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Noun1.encasement - the act of enclosing something in a case
enclosing, envelopment, inclosure, enclosure - the act of enclosing something inside something else
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including approx 274 lf of encasement steel bored range 3; 2 ea of fire hydrant; 3,920 lf of 8" - 12" pvc; 360 ea of .
For those looking to add extra oomph to their home, Sonos's Sub, a high-performance subwoofer in a sleek encasement, makes for a worthwhile addition.
Encasement in Inconel 625 to withstand deep-sea environments with pressures up to 5,000 psi.
Its complete encasement in crack-free, undisturbed zircon demonstrates that it is not contamination from more recent geologic processes .
The Twin XL Mattress Encasement is also a dorm necessity if the student has allergen concerns as it will provide a protective barrier.
He said that under the new system, tutors dues would be credited to the allotted card for encasement at ATM.
The project includes a new generator and electrical system, partial concrete encasement of the building, and a retrofit of a new clean agent fire suppression system in two rooms containing microwave satellite equipment and IT equipment.
The encasement should be used from the start, before allergens penetrate the mattress.
A new concrete encasement is currently being built to be placed over the existing one amid concerns over its long-term structural integrity.
Leave Encasement Max 96 days of emoluments, Housing Allowance 12 months of Rental Allowance (ceiling), Gratuity Basic Pay x Length of Service in years, Minimum package amount will be Rs 850,000.
A concrete encasement is the only answer," the Daily Star reported.
We report the unusual case of a young female patient with repeated episodes of intestinal obstruction due to further encasement of the distal ileum within a separate membrane that was wholly within the outer covering cocoon--a 'cocoon within a cocoon'.