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- verb Present participle of
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The great dome enwalling with glittering mosaics a heaven of its own, and blazing with figured saints, and the golden distich,
To some, indeed, the enclosure of the open fields may appear as the outward symbol of that enwalling of the nation's economic freedom which transformed the artisan from an independent craftsman to a wage-earner, and made of him a link in the chain of our modern factory system.
But the farmers, eager that the enwalling should be finished before the first snows came, allowed their men no respite.