Sentences Containing 'encircle'
An instant afterwards the door opened, she felt two arms encircle her, and a mouth pressed her forehead.
Arruns then sets in motion an amburbium, described in densely religious terms: He bids the city to be circumambulated "(urbem ambiri)" by the fearful citizens, and the pontiffs to encircle the length of the sacred boundary "(pomerium)" along the outer perimeter "(fines)" while purifying the city walls by means of festal lustration "(festo … lustro)".
Despite orders to encircle Kharkov from the north the SS Panzer Corps instead decided to directly engage Kharkov on 11 March.
During the breakthrough attack, the German troops broke through the Bryansk Front on 30 September, during the operation to encircle the 50th Army.
Five completed ring roads encircle a city with nine expressways heading in virtually all compass directions, supplemented by eleven China National Highways.
Furthermore, they may encircle their arms with a depiction of the circlet (a red circle bearing the motto) with the badge pendant thereto and the collar; the former is shown either outside or on top of the latter.
His left hand is raised skyward and emits a swirl of stars which encircle the path of the rocket.
In 2009, the Tel Aviv municipality began to approve plans to construct a number of new highways and widened arterial roads throughout southern Tel Aviv, including the proposed railway road, which would partially encircle Neve Tzedek.
In the end, the British reply to the German move was a diplomatic note vigorously disputing the German claim that Britain was attempting to "encircle" Germany with hostile alliances.
Instead of attacking east of Kharkov, however, Manstein decided to orient the attack towards the west of Kharkov and then encircle it from the north.
It is said that the belt of three green enamel lines that encircle the building represent the unity of the Holy Trinity in one God and the unity of the Three Romanian Kingdoms in one country.
Manstein issued an order to continue outflanking the city, although leaving room for a potential attack on Kharkov if there was little Soviet resistance, but Hausser decided to disregard the order and continue with his own assault. According to von Manstein, the Army Group headquarters was forced to intervene on a number of occasions to bring the SS Panzer Corps to swing eastwards to encircle the city, instead of launching a frontal attack on Kharkov.
Numerous double-paned windows that encircle the cabin will offer views in nearly all directions.
Operation Kutuzov was the northern offensive, with its major goals being to collapse the Orel salient, cut behind the 9th Army engaged in offensive operations at Kursk, encircle and annihilate it.
Speciality of this temple The main deity Murugan is equated to the Sevvai graham or planet Mars and all the rest of the eight planets encircle the Lord in perfect harmony.
While the battles marked a turning point in the war, following the battles of İnönü there was a stalemate, as the Turks had missed their chance to encircle and destroy the Greek army, which retreated in good order.
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::: propensity - natural inclination
::: excise - cut away; cut out; N: government tax on good produced and used inside a country; N. excision
::: perjury - false testimony while under oath; V. perjure oneself: testify falsely under oath
::: embezzlement - taking for one's own use in violation of trust; stealing (of money placed in one's care)
::: provision - act of providing; something provided; preparatory measure; provisions: necessary supplies (esp. food); stipulation; condition in an agreement; Ex. According to the provisions of the agreement
::: hermetic - concerning alchemy or magic; obscure and mysterious; occult
::: amorous - moved by sexual love; loving; of sexual love; Ex. amorous advances
::: subdue - less intense; quieter; Ex. subdued lighting; Ex. subdue: conquer; make less intense; quiet; Ex. subdue one's anger