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envelop (oneself, someone, or something) in (something)

To wrap oneself, someone, or something in something. As soon as I got in from the cold, I enveloped myself in a blanket and sat in front of the fire. The snowstorm enveloped our area even faster than predicted with white-out conditions.
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envelop someone or something in someone or something

to wrap someone or something in someone or something. The fog enveloped us in its grasp. Mountains of fog rolled in and enveloped the house in dense vapor.
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Furthermore, states Joel White, Executive Vice President of Operations, we can now control all the inputs for downstream inserter efficiency seal flap shape, throat depth, side seam width the W+D 410 Easy Enveloper will work great in combination with our W+D BB700 inserter which we know can process shape cut envelopes at 16,000 cycles per hour.
Based in her home town of Bishop Auckland, Sara and her father have developed innovative products like the Enveloper, the Ultimate Pro and Rock-a-Blocks that have revolutionised papercrafting and won numerous accolades.
"The only thing that's cheaper in China is labour, but when you're making a single impression product as we were, the only real labour is packaging, and if you're making it in China, it obviously costs more to ship." The success of the Enveloper meant Davies had to balance her final year at university with a new business.
It has created an innovative manufacturing aid called The Enveloper to allow crafters to make envelopes at home.
This newly-established partnership, which employs two full-time and two part-time staff, has developed a unique manufacturing aid ( The Enveloper ( to create handmade envelopes.
First, the envelopers can take the role of complements to the target.
* New variations of ceramic materials are developed for application in construction of buildings, mainly in structures and envelopers of buildings.