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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]

enclave

/en·clave/ (en´klāv) tissue detached from its normal connection and enclosed within another organ.

enclave

[en′klāv, enklāv′]
a detached mass of tissue enclosed in an organ or in a different kind of tissue.

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]

enclave

tissue detached from its normal connection and enclosed within another organ.
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C&A is a formal and structured way to plan the deployment and employment of network enclaves, including identifying and reducing the risks to the maneuver or operational commanders those networks support.
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).
But local folklore suggests some enclaves were wagers during chess games between the Maharaja of Cooch Behar and the Fauhdar of Rangpur, who then ruled northern Bangladesh.
To understand the role of ethnic enclaves in the economy and politics of the Asian-American community, we provide a brief history and description of the types of Asian ethnic enclaves.