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- v. Present participle of enclave.
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In the U.S., at least among Protestants, this kind of enclaving began in the 50s and continued through the 70s.
It's the wall, which is enclaving the city, leaving only one little passage, a small road that is 8 meters width, which has a gate, and the gate has a key, and the Israeli soldiers hold the key, and they can shut off the city any time they want.
Military enclaving: I lived til 30 years of age without ever seeing much of any military, and then moving to Northern VA, suddenly they were everywhere in my life and work.
The solution provides identity authentication, background screening, biometric verification, credentialing, enclaving, entry authorization verification and reporting for active military personnel, military retirees and dependents, vendors, contractors, service providers and visitors.
Keith’s biggest complaint against the Christian sf/f community is one of enclaving; he sees Christian sf/f as being incapable of changing the world at large.