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incasement

(ĭn-kās′mĕnt)
Becoming surrounded by a structure or wall.
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While it's nearly impossible to prevent residents from bringing bed bugs into their apartments, some owners are beginning to require "bed-bug-proof" mattress and box spring encasements for units found to have (and subsequently treated for) bed bugs.
Pipeline markers will be installed within one foot of the highway ROW and the point of crossing of the PE plastic encasement.
This treatment resembled the ice encasement treatment in the lab study.
Using the best technology available, an interdisciplinary team of conservators, archivists, engineers, design and exhibit specialists, architects, chemists, and physicists worked with materials and fabrication experts to design and build new, state-of-the-art encasements to preserve and protect the Charters for generations, to come.
Inside each encasement, beneath a heavy two-pane laminated glass cover, the document chamber is filled with argon, an inert gas, and 0.
The King Koil mattress encasement is loaded with features to ensure a comfortable and relaxing sleep for your guests, since bugs cannot enter the mattress due to the fabric and velcro zipper locking system.
If true, this underlines earlier reports that Apple was spending an amazing $4 billion on some display technology for the nee iPhone which would facilitate a much larger display on the same encasement.
Hotel insiders will tell you the secret of staving off a major bed-bug infestation is good training of the housekeeping staff and preventative measures such as encasement products.
If traveling, consider taking your own pillow containing a dust mite-proof encasement.
The pipe and encasement were checked for cracks and repaired where necessary.
Each of plural reinforcements includes multiple strands of different types of synthetic fibers that are maintained in position by a resin encasement.
Mel Henson, public works superintendent for the city, said Tuesday's leak appeared to be coming from behind the concrete encasement.