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Enclosure is the process of converting common land into private land.
Enclosure or enclosed may also refer to:
- Enclosure, in agriculture, an area of land used for growing crops or keeping livestock: see field
- Enclosure (archaeology), an area of land separated from surrounding land by earthworks, walls, or fencing
- Enclosure, a document or item accompanying a letter
- Enclosed alphanumeric, a block of Unicode symbols
- Enclosed country, landlocked country
- Enclosed oppidum
- Enclosed religious orders, religious orders separated from the external world
- Enclosed rhyme
- Enclosed embryo, seed
- The Enclosure, a 1961 novel by Susan Hill
- Enclosure (film), a 1961 film
- Any kind of container can be considered an enclosure
- Enclosure (electrical), a cabinet for electrical or electronic equipment
- RSS enclosure, a pointer to a media file from a web feed
- Enclosed heating space, stove
- Enclosed roller coaster
Buildings and structures
- Any building can be considered an enclosure or enclosed space.
- Enclosed cremation cemetery
- Enclosed sporting area, arena
- Enclosed bridge, covered bridge
- Enclosed mall
- "Enclosure", a song from the album Metal Gear Solid Original Game Soundtrack
- Enclosure, in jazz compositions, a technique of approaching a note with notes a step above and below, similar to a cambiata
- Enclosure (Merzbow album), a 1987 album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow
- Enclosure (John Frusciante album), a 2014 album by American alternative singer-songwriter John Frusciante.
- All pages beginning with "enclos"
- All pages with titles containing enclos*
- Close (disambiguation)
- Container (disambiguation)
- Cover (disambiguation)
- Wrap (disambiguation)
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