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shroud someone or something in something

to wrap or conceal someone or something in something. They shrouded Mr. Carlson in sailcloth and prepared him for burial at sea. They shrouded the decision in a series of formalities.
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Shrouds have no pockets.

Prov. You cannot take any material goods with you when you die. You should use your money to enjoy yourself while you're alive. Shrouds have no pockets.
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Telling stories: Alterity and ethics in John Banville's The Untouchable and Shroud.
Patrick Sweeney replies: "As far as I know, no one ever made an aftermarket shroud for S&Ws for the simple reason that, for the longest time, S&W has made a shrouded version of its various J-frame snubbies.
The system includes a rotatable shroud being rotatable about a shroud axis, the shroud comprising a side member surrounding a majority of the cutting head cutting surface, a cutting head access window to expose the cutting head for buffing the tire casing, and a vacuum suction port that is adjacent to the cutting head access window.
VATICAN CITY--New scientific tests on the Shroud of Turin, which went on display March 30 in a special TV appearance introduced by the pope, challenge earlier experiments that dated it to the Middle Ages.
Make sure the AN/MPQ-65's shroud is secured completely for storage and for operation.
What began as a home-science project between a mother and her eight-year-old child led to an innovative photographic method that exposes the truth behind the creation of the image of the Shroud of Turin -- the most misunderstood artifact known to mankind and one of the most rigorously investigated.
IT MAY have been centuries since the debate on the Shroud of Turin first began, but the fire in the controversy has refused to simmer down.
THE TRUE ICON: FROM THE SHROUD OF TURIN TO THE VEIL OF MANOPPELLO is a pick for any Christian collection and provides a lovely pairing of color illustrations and a lively account of the author's journey through Europe and the Holy Land tracing the history of the Shroud of Turin.
The shroud for the latest Prioderm lice and nit comb is moulded from a polypropylene/Vistamaxx compound as suggested by Plastribution, the distributor of Vistamaxx propylene-based elastomers in the UK.
Then he took it down and wrapped it in a linen shroud, and laid him in a rock-hewn tomb, where no one had ever yet been laid.
I must comment on John White's May 10 article "Is the Shroud of Turin Authentic?
POPE BENEDICT XVI all but gave an outright endorsement of the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin, calling the cloth that some believe is Christ's burial shroud an icon "written with the blood" of a crucified man.
Thousands of pilgrims and tourists have flocked to northern Italy for a rare chance to see the Shroud of Turin, the mysterious yellow linen which some Christians believe was Christ's burial cloth.
The Turin Shroud, revered by many as Christ's burial cloth, will go on show for only the sixth time in 100 years.
Safariland combines its tactical holster accessory, the DFA (Drop Flex Adapter), with their Single Leg Shroud for an improved thigh rig.