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enclave

 [en´klāv]
tissue detached from its normal connection and enclosed within another organ.

en·clave

(en'klāv, ahn-klahv'),
An enclosure; a detached mass of tissue enclosed in tissue of another kind; seen especially in the case of isolated masses of gland tissue detached from the main gland.
[Fr. fr. L. clavis, key]

en·clave

(en'klāv, on')
An enclosure; a detached mass of tissue enclosed in tissue of another kind; seen especially in the case of isolated masses of gland tissue detached from the main gland.
[Fr. fr. L. clavis, key]
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The Grecian columns and grandiose entranceway of Gran Europa take one away from the distractions of Lumbia Road and the busy city, and into the landscaped rotundas of the enclaves of La Buena Vida 1 & 2, Frontiera, Monta?a Vista I & II, Portico I & II, La Mirande, La Mirande Crest, Lessandra, and Lessandra Heights.
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The enclaves were created circa 1198 as the result of a feudal agreement between neighbouring lords (for a full historical geography and detailed maps of the enclaves see Whyte, 2002 & 2004).
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