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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of enclave.

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Examples

  • They enclaved us in a welfare state and have been systematically gutting the constitution.

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  • The westward movement in the United States constantly recreated low-energy systems and sometimes produced enclaved regions that reverted to a subsistence economy; however, the low-energy systems established were not able, except in the South, to create a culture sufficiently rooted and stable to prevent the subsequent rise of the new pattern.

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  • Indeed, the most-whispered downsides about our enclaved L.A. schools these days are the overachieving parent associations (often, if not always, powered by a team of tennis-playing stay-at-home moms).

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  • However, there was some news concerning the defiance of the citizens of Gibraltar, who had embarrassed their patron or parent British government by in effect refusing the very idea of negotiations with Spain on the future of their tiny and enclaved territory.

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  • The peasant is killed, knocked about, transported, enclaved; but when the storm is over, and he gets back to his plough and hoe and rice-field again, sun and wind and rain and the earth-breath soothe him back to and confirm in what he was of old: only some new definite spiritual impulse or the sweep of the major cycles can change him much, -- and then the change is only modification.

    The Crest-Wave of Evolution A Course of Lectures in History, Given to the Graduates' Class in the Raja-Yoga College, Point Loma, in the College-Year 1918-19

  • Salm or Montbéliard, that were enclaved within the French border.

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  • Further, the writing, though large, is not easily legible, for it is involved, enclaved, and conjointed in a manner sufficiently puzzling to those who see it for the first time.

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  • And today, tens of thousands of people are enclaved in clusters behind the wall, between the wall and the borders with Israel.

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  • Campione d'Italia which is an Italian enclaved buried in Switzerland.

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  • Greek and Maronite Cypriots enclaved in their villages in the occupied area are still living under oppressive conditions under deprivation and intimidation.

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