It described how Timothy's mother had left her son in their enclosed yard to answer a phone call.
Florence Nightingale handed me an enclosed cup with a straw.
Jenn grabbed Dustin's hand and pulled him through the crowd, out of the enclosed space where the walls crumbled.
The warrior led her to a wooden wagon, enclosed on all sides except for a small window.
Above sea-level, and is nearly enclosed by mountains of considerable elevation.
Its bed is now broad, studded with islands and enclosed by high banks.
On the continent of Europe they often lead out of the interior of the church and are enclosed with tracery, as at Rouen or Strassburg.
The harbour is enclosed by two stone piers, and there is good anchorage in the bay.
The new city formed a rectangle, enclosed by a colossal mud rampart, the longer sides of which ran north and south.
To the north of the Meuse, and more especially in the low-lying ground enclosed between the Waal and the Rhine (insula Batavorum) lived the Batavi, a clan of the great Germanic tribe, the Chatti.
Steps lead from this temple to an enclosed flight of stairs, which in the cold season descend to the water, but in the rains are covered almost to the top. This is the ghat where some 600 helpless people were slain, in spite of a promise of safe-conduct from the Nana.
The little party of strangers now followed the Prince across a few more of the glass bridges and along several paths until they came to a garden enclosed by a high hedge.
Once they came near to the enclosed Garden of the Clinging Vines, and walking high into the air looked down upon it with much interest.
My Dear Mr. Holmes:--Will you kindly print in the Herald, the enclosed list?
Helen's pencil-writing is excellent, as you will see from the enclosed letter, which she wrote for her own amusement.
The result of her investigation is embodied in the printed note herewith enclosed. [This note is a statement of the bare facts and an apology, which Mr. Anagnos inserted in his report of the Perkins Institute.]
In the letter from his parents was enclosed a letter of recommendation to Bagration which the old countess at Anna Mikhaylovna's advice had obtained through an acquaintance and sent to her son, asking him to take it to its destination and make use of it.
Prince Andrew's second letter, written near Vitebsk after the French had occupied that town, gave a brief account of the whole campaign, enclosed for them a plan he had drawn and forecasts as to the further progress of the war.