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  • noun Plural form of encapsulation.

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Examples

  • There is no question that the abstractions are useful and should remain, i.e., a “server,” “firewall” and “switch” are good encapsulations of recurring deployment functions, but in many cases QoS controls are insufficient or missing.

    Cloud Computing: Building Blocks for the Enterprise

  • These are THINGS, they're encapsulations of zetigeists, they're phenomenons.

    Should More Long Island Wineries Submit to Wine Spectator? (Part 1)

  • Only later do we see some of King's pictures, and they're brilliant – perfect encapsulations of trauma, turmoil, chaos and waste – though not, apparently "front line" enough for the photo agencies.

    Storyville: Killer Image – Shooting Robert King and Opera Italia

  • And one of the most vivid encapsulations of the effect of unremitting combat in ambiguous circumstances was given to me by a Vietnam vet, who said to me 25 years ago: If you put your cat in the backyard in the morning and lob hand grenades all around him, at the end of the day, you'd have a different cat.

    'Advise And Consent': Scandal In The U.S. Senate

  • I enjoy reading your encapsulations of the works in progress.

    March 23, 2010

  • Here are brief encapsulations of the seven steps taken directly from the Forrester report:

    7 Sensible Steps to Improve Software Quality

  • Painting from memory, Bonnard created patchwork encapsulations of discrete experiences.

    The 20th Century's Vermeer, or a Masturbatory Hack?

  • TRUTHDIG: Thanks for shedding light on this; because when you read encapsulations of your public career, you usually only read that you ended your mayorship in controversy.

    Joshua Scheer: The Charge of the Muny Light Brigade

  • One of Burns' signature themes has always been sexual uneasiness and disgust, and this short film structured much like a particularly clever Twilight Zone episode, complete with a skin-crawlingly creepy twist ending is one of his best encapsulations of the strangeness underlying sexuality.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • One of Burns' signature themes has always been sexual uneasiness and disgust, and this short film structured much like a particularly clever Twilight Zone episode, complete with a skin-crawlingly creepy twist ending is one of his best encapsulations of the strangeness underlying sexuality.

    Peur(s) du noir

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