What are enclosures?
There are more than just a few definitions of "enclosure". One of those definitions can be "something intended to enclose something". Other definitions include, but are not limited to:
- A trampoline safety enclosure is designed to prevent the user of the given trampoline from being injured whilst bouncing.
- a document, or photo, etc, included with a business letter.
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The Inclosure Acts (or "Enclosure Acts" in modern spelling ) were a series of United Kingdom Acts of Parliament which enclosed open fields and common land in the country, c…reating legal property rights to land that was previously considered common. Between 1604 and 1914, over 5,200 individual Enclosure Acts were put into place, enclosing 6.8 million acres of land (almost 11,000 square miles).
Answer "The Enclosure Act occured in Great Britain in the 18th century. Itcaused all the skinny plots of land to be joined together. The landwas joined and then people were gi…ven their share of land based onthe amount of land that they owned before the act. They were alsogiven a small parcel of land to help them but often the land wasuseless. The land owners had to fence their land in order to liveon it - most couldn't afford this so they had to sell and move intourban areas. This gave the 'muscle to start the industrialrevolution'." In other words, the landed aristocracy forced all the poorlabourers off of the "village commons" that now became "enclosed"as their own property. (Because, as stated above, they were theones that actually owned the majority of the land, and the socialclasses are highly stratified at this time in Great Britain.) Newtechnology and advanced cropping systems replaced many labourers.The jobless poor would end up as constituting the working class inthe Industrial Revolution that would follow shortly.
enclosure ....means when and if garmai breaks up wit you ....your being enclosured
An enclosure is a house or a cage for anything that is for show to the humans.
A motor enclosure is a structure containing an electric motor.There are many different types including the drip proof, totallyenclosed, and the flame proof.
A way of closing off land to a single owner. The practice of fencing off common pastures. Building fences around land that used to be shared between farmers
it really doent matter actually.If u have the space it would be best to give them as much mand covered with grass as you can. But be careful, the enclosure must be at least 20… times the sheep big.
Automotive Enclosures are garages, facilities or buildings constructed exclusively for vehicles. Any home garage or commercial structure can be designed, built, renovated or d…ecorated to parallel the owners interest's and types of cars & motorcycles they own. This industry is lead by National Automotive Enclosures Inc.
A trampoline enclosure is a type of sorround which attaches to a trampoline to keep it safe and prevent any one from falling off it. They are highly recommended to have on tra…mpolines as they will keep you safe and also give confidence for any one planning on tricking on the trampoline. Ive posted a link below to some universal trampoline enclosures so you can see what they look like. http://www.gardengames.co.UK/acatalog/Safety_Enclosures.HTML
A doorway enclosure is a porch. The front part of a house before you actually get the house.
Enclosure was invented by Sir Thomas More at 1488.
enc. Plural = encs. With the stop.
i dont no and thats why am asking u guys!! so do u guys no wt enclosure invent
Metal enclosures create a safe storage of valuables. It has a lock system that provides access to is owner and with the metal shell it garnishes a higher level of physical pro…tection for fragile contents.
Enclosures in a letter are items that are added to the envelopebefore it is shipped. For instance one might say that there arepictures enclosed, those pictures would be the en…closures.
The Enclosure was created in 1961.