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enfold (oneself or someone) in (something)

To wrap or envelope someone in something. As soon as I got in from the cold, I enfolded myself in a blanket and sat in front of the fire.
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enfold someone in something

to wrap or contain someone in something. He enfolded the tiny baby in a soft blanket. Sarah enfolded herself in the silk sheets and giggled with glee.
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Our ENFOLD products solve the problem for supermarkets, c-stores, bakery processors and bakery cafes that want to differentiate their bakery packaging with innovative solutions," says Unger.
When Enfold India learnt that the girl was sexually abused by her father, they immediately alerted the Karnataka Commission for Protection of Child Rights about the alleged abuse.
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Journyx Timesheet allows us to track user time and monitor project budgets even though 60 percent of our company's resources are located outside the United States," said Toby Roberts, vice president of Enfold Systems.
Nevertheless, apart from a few minor incidents, everyone in the square behaved, For the people waiting outside it, in a line to view Pope John Paul II's body which stretched for more than three miles, the arms of Bernini's great flanking colonnades were ahead, like a big stone hug ready to enfold pilgrims and sightseers alike at the end of their ordeal.
Outbound: The Curious Secession of Latter-Day Charleston is an amusing novel that imagines what might enfold if latter-day Charleston were to schism from the nation of America and become an errant island.
Mr Justice David Richards, who heard the case, noted in his judgement of December 2004: ``There was a close relationship between Prince Fahd and Mr Penfold, and it is clear that Prince Fahd valued and greatly appreciated the work and advice of Mr P enfold, which had contributed so much to his success.
The women cradle their partners, enfold them, flip them over, then splay their bodies onto the floor.
As the mighty biceps of Cruise enfold me, I realize (a) I'm not going to be able to write anything but a glowing piece about the guy and (b) I'm in love.
It begins: "A year ago we prayed for peace, comfort and strength - now enfold Holly and Jessica in your care, embrace their parents in love, encourage us all now and in the days to come.
She stands atop the Continental Divide on an 8500-foot mountain, with her arms outstretched as if to welcome and enfold the whole world, and especially the people of Butte, Montana, which lies 3500 feet below her.
At the microscopic level, aerogel resembles a fishnet: Wisps of silicon dioxide molecules enfold nanopores, tiny air pockets just 50 to 2,500 times larger than atoms themselves.
Although the Soviets still wanted to live by our original arrangements at Yalta, and even Potsdam, we had decided unilaterally to restore the German economy in order to enfold a rearmed Germany into Western Europe, thus isolating the Soviet Union, a nation which had not recovered from the Second World War and had no nuclear weapons.
The night is a blue-green aquarium and you are a minnow of gold, while I am a grassy seaweed, that wants with you joy to enfold.