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infolding

(ĭn-fōld′ĭng)
Process of enclosing within a fold; an operation formerly employed in the treatment of stomach ulcer in which the walls on either side of the lesion are sutured together.
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For it is in the folds that enfold events that are taken up in the vinculum of the political that Schmitt's friend-enemy and being in a FPS can be understood.
"Journyx is happy to be working with Enfold Systems, a company that shares our enthusiasm for the open source movement.
Mr Justice David Richards, who heard the case, noted in his judgement of December 2004: ``There was a close relationship between Prince Fahd and Mr Penfold, and it is clear that Prince Fahd valued and greatly appreciated the work and advice of Mr P enfold, which had contributed so much to his success.
Now enfold Holly and Jessica in your care,embrace their parents in love..may peace and justice be established,hope and joy increased,death and despair defeated
"Where imagination scrapes the skies of opportunity, the forests of what-could-be stretch beyond the horizon, and the friends of fact and fiction make believe all night long under the milky stars of possibility." Books can console, enfold, comfort, or stimulate and educate.
The Gecko has angled gates that enfold and grip like the legs of its namesake the gecko.
Overall, the Segregation Wall in the Bethlehem Governorate will end up amputating some 159,793 dunums of landsbehind the Wall, and threatens crucial supply areas containing artesian wells and main water basins that provide Bethlehem Governorate with water as the path of the Wall is designed to enfold the groundwater locations withinBethlehem.
Last but not least a prayer for our heroes Who would rather be home than anywhere Bring them home to the bosom of their family Enfold them, Lord, in your loving care.
The decision follows a 60-page judgement given by Mr Justice David Richards in the High Court last December, regarding a case brought by Salman's Newgate Stud against P enfold, 57.
"Amor'mio," enfold me swimming in warm tree shades.
"It may be that it's lack of melanocytes, but it may be abnormal growth of the whole inner ear." She adds that Splotch mice with mutations in both copies of the Pax-3 gene have severe neurological defects -- such as a tiny or partially formed brain or spina bifida, in which the vertebrae faill to enfold and protect the spinal cord.
Her narration, coupled with the prose, take listeners completely into the world of the cats and enfold them into the cats' reality.