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- n. A garden enclosed by walls for purposes of shelter or decoration.
- n. A closed set of information services provided to members only.
- n. A set of webpages or other resources that are richly interlinked and share a common focus, but have little or no linkage to or from the larger network.
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I have encountered Mordred in two locations in White-hall—the gallery where the would-be assassin came at me and before that in the walled garden reached down the hidden passage from my chamber.
The enclosed or walled garden is another symbol of the Virgin, originating from the Song of Solomon, “A garden enclosed is my sister, my love” Song of Sol.
His small walled garden was full of butterflies, drinking from the buddleia flQwcrs and sunning themselves with spread wings on the stones.