- v. Simple past tense and past participle of enshrine.
“Brokaw's reference to "hot pursuit" is a term enshrined in the U. N.'s 1958 Convention on the High Seas that permits coast guards and navies to follow law-breaking ships into international waters.”
“Each of the 130 members thus far enshrined is commemorated with an open locker displaying personal artifacts and memorabilia.”
“Relief pitcher Goose Gossage fell 21 votes short of making the baseball Hall of Fame in balloting announced Tuesday, and while he said he was disappointed, he said the urgency to be enshrined is gone.”
“They are again enshrined, as bright and polished as of yore, and my destiny is once more in their keeping.”
““Leaper from the Logan, or Martin Martyr” would have had his name enshrined in young lady sonnets, and azure albums, such immortality had little charms for me.”
“Sir Isaac Brock here, so completely is his name enshrined in Canadian history, literature, and tradition.”
“Still, it was a day of memories for a player who'll one day will likely have his name enshrined in Death Valley's Ring of Honor.”
“Any fan of American pro football knows that Brian Urlacher is one of the Chicago Bears 'marquee players; the kind of stalwart middle linebacker that might someday have his name enshrined in the Hall-of-Fame, alongside other Bears greats like Mike ...”
“Still, it was a day of memories for a player who one day will likely have his name enshrined in Death Valley's Ring of Honor.”
“Here's the deal Warren, and here I speak only for myself, using spies, agent provocateurs, false flags and outright lies to try to entrap people for speaking their minds is profoundly contrary to my conception of democracy and, in my view, the concept of Freedom of expression enshrined in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.”
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By Eric Bogle.
Well, how'd you do, Private Willie McBride,
D'you mind if I sit down here by your graveside?
I'll rest for a while in the warm summer sun,
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