ENCEINTE

, a French term, in Fortification, signifying the whole inclosure, circumference, or compass of a fortified place, whether built with stone or brick, or only made of earth, and whether with or without bastions, &c.

ENCYCLOPÆDIA, the circle or chain of arts and sciences; sometimes also written Cyclopædia.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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EMBOLISMUS
EMBOLUS
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EMERSION
EMERSON (William)
* ENCEINTE
ENDECAGON
ENFILADE
ENGINE
ENGINEER
ENGONASIS