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  • verb Present participle of enshrine.

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Examples

  • I'm sure this argument will be made, and those like me who find these terms meaningless, and detest the idea of enshrining fashionable leftist lingo that will soon be as dated as bellbottoms and black power in a statement that we covenant to affirm, will feel compelled to fight, fight, fight.

    Philocrites: Principles and Purposes redux.

  • Another factor is a lack of paranoia and no statute "enshrining" gun ownership.

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  • Another factor is a lack of paranoia and no statute "enshrining" gun ownership.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • Another factor is a lack of paranoia and no statute "enshrining" gun ownership.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • Another factor is a lack of paranoia and no statute "enshrining" gun ownership.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • Another factor is a lack of paranoia and no statute "enshrining" gun ownership.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • As we mark this significant anniversary in the history of the women's rights movement -- especially in this time of economic insecurity -- let us affirm that our country values its principle that all men and women are created equal by enshrining that principle in our nation's Constitution.

    Rep. Carolyn Maloney: Women's Equality Yet to Be Fully Realized

  • As we mark this significant anniversary in the history of the women's rights movement -- especially in this time of economic insecurity -- let us affirm that our country values its principle that all men and women are created equal by enshrining that principle in our nation's Constitution.

    Rep. Carolyn Maloney: Women's Equality Yet to Be Fully Realized

  • To convince creditors that France, which hasn't had a balanced budget in more than three decades, is now resolved to live in accordance with its means, Mr. Sarkozy has also proposed enshrining budget discipline into France's bylaws.

    France Considers Further Austerity

  • And enshrining limits on borrowing and debt levels in national constitutions doesn't seem a bad way of restoring trust in the financial management of euro-zone governments, which don't have a great deal of credibility left.

    Odds Stacked Against Latest EU Pact

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