Today's Word of the Day means...
circle cir·cle (sûr'kəl)
A ring-shaped structure or group of structures.
A line or process with every point equidistant from the center.
To take up a defensive posture or position: ''It's time to circle the wagons and suck it up,'' veteran guard Mark Bortz said/ You might say Polaroid Corp circled the wagons to repel a $3.2 billion assault
[1980s+; fr the action taken in a cowboy movie when a wagon train is threatened by hostile Indians]