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So that you can see that I am not making this up, I am enclosing copies of some of the correspondence.
In terms of form and organization, the building draws on a traditional Japanese means of defining space by enclosing it with a lightweight membrane or manmaku.
A necklace of office spaces extends around three sides of the perimeter, enclosing a huge atrium space (of which more later).
But the revised plans for BioGro's sludge operation at Avenue A at 140th Street West don't provide for completely enclosing the operation - something critics had sought.
Some 2000 years ago, the Romans evolved systems of enclosing large spaces to contain public life.
prepare cost estimates and plans for enclosing the operation proposed west of Lancaster, but company officials pressed for a vote on its proposal for an open-air facility.
The enclosing wall (being synonymous with the word for city in China) was a major component in city planning, with huge forts over the gates and at the corners.