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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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There's no bun involved, as the two pieces of fried chicken provide the encasement for the bacon, cheese and mayonnaise, and there are claims it contains over 1,200 calories.
These beds feature either bamboo or certified organic cotton ticking, and offer bio-foam encasement, bio-foam upholstery layers, talalay latex and visco foam.
Bedbugs can't get through the encasement to infect mattresses and box springs.
In these atypical islet-cell tumors, the degree of vascular encasement or occlusion is often disproportionally less than that found in a similarly sized pancreatic adenocarcinoma (Figures 24-28).
PolyFusion is Field Logic's proprietary new process that essentially fuses the internal target layers to the external encasement foam.
A memorial plaque was placed at the burial site, and a letter from his children was preserved in a glass encasement near his tomb.
The top of the red CRD also is easy to gauge for three inches of encasement over the conduit bank.
Freudenberg Evolon is the first company to be awarded the seal for an encasement application.
Just encase Renowned for its masterful hand-blown encasement glass, Lundberg Studios flame-works the flowers for the limited-edition Monet's Garden before sealing them forever in solid crystal ($610).
The Public Service Commissions which have reviewed this application have commented that PE encasement amounts to rate relief for the utility customers.
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'.
Hotel insiders will tell you the secret of staving off a major bed-bug infestation is good training of the housekeeping staff and preventative measures such as encasement products.