encompassment


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en·com·pass

 (ĕn-kŭm′pəs)
tr.v. en·com·passed, en·com·pass·ing, en·com·pass·es
1. To form a circle or ring around; encircle.
2. To enclose; envelop: "The blackness of the eternal night encompassed me" (Edgar Allan Poe).
3. To have as part of something larger; include: a galaxy encompassing billions of stars. See Synonyms at include.

en·com′pass·ment n.
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Noun1.encompassment - including entirely
inclusion - the state of being included
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But this encompassment of her own characterization, based on shreds of convention, peopled by phantoms and voices antipathetic to her, was a sorry and mistaken creation of Tess's fancy--a cloud of moral hobgoblins by which she was terrified without reason.
The growth factors include easy customization and encompassment of walls at lowest costs, longer persistence and diminished maintenance load when compared to painted walls and the ability to mimic the expensive designer look and the resulting increase in home value.
Our project aims for a fine-grained understanding of the processes involving the Wampar that tend to produce and transgenerationally entrench inequalities, by relating them to the novel inequalities in Wampar social life that result from their initial encompassment of local organisations by Christian churches, capitalist enterprises and the state.
First, parliamentary activity is not intended as an exclusive or ideal encompassment of 'politics'.
Alteration of the Statute of Judicial Magistrates with the breaking of the salary limit by reference to the remuneration of the Prime Minister and consequent salary updating; the inclusion of compensation compensation in remuneration; the adoption of a transitional regime that ensures the tax neutrality of this encompassment. The revision of the Statute of the Officials of Justice is underway, and there has been an increase in its number compared to 2015; the number of bailiffs rose by 128 (+ 1.7%), with 400 more admissions and more than 600 promotions.
In contrast, it is a plan in which all those who resist being "encompassed by something else" are articulated, against any and all ultimate encompassment. Sustaining that convergence is not the only form of articulation between peoples as worlds, Stengers assumes the divergence positively, as an element of a refractory policy both to "final and ecumenical peace" and to the absolute and totalitarian dominion of the universal people, in relation to whom all others would be nothing more than "merely individual expressions".
The second relevant concept within transversal politics is "the encompassment of difference by equality.
Masculinism is a scheme of inquiry that enables a grasp of gender further than separate encompassment of masculinity and femininity.
But this encompassment of her own characterization, based on shreds of convention, peopled by phantoms and voices antipathetic to her, was a sorry and mistaken creation of Tess's fancy--a cloud of moral hobgoblins, by which she was terrified without reason.
One of them consists in volunteers performing acts of discursive encompassment through which certain collectivities of other people, such as 'the community', 'the nation', 'society' or even 'humanity', are said to be the objects of their (self-proclaimed) ethical activities.
She emphasizes that the traditional role focused on discovery and instructional services has moved into the realm of a broader encompassment of exploration, learning, and collaboration.
Segun Gupta y Ferguson (2002, 982), por tradicion se piensa que el Estado tiene dos caracteristicas inherentes: es vertical y englobante o envolvente (encompassment).