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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of ensnare.


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  • So far we've received five e-mails over at TPM: Three messages targeting freshman incumbents Michael Arcuri, Kirsten Gillibrand and John Hall, plus two against challengers Dan Maffei and Eric Massa, all of whom the NRCC says are now "ensnared" in Spitzer's scandal. print share

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  • I found an article headline that says he was "ensnared" by British authorities, but not much in the way of fanfare.

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  • Bernard Kouchner, the French Foreign Minister, declared that Lula da Silva was "on the wrong track" and risked being "ensnared" by Iran's deceit.

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  • (SNIPPET: "The NEFA Foundation has obtained and translated a new post from online jihadi discussion forums about how to finance jihad-related websites without being" ensnared "in a trap by law enforcement ...") (April 9, 2009, 1: 10 pm) (Read More ...)

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  • What "ensnared" Israel was not a no-fault "cycle of attacks and retribution" but the Arabs 'escalation of terrorism.

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  • NEFA Foundation: Jihad Website Financing 101 has obtained and translated a new post from online jihadi discussion forums about how to finance jihad-related websites without being "ensnared" in a trap by law enforcement

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  • Two former employees of hedge-fund firm Galleon Group became the 18th and 19th persons to plead guilty to criminal charges in a closely watched insider-trading investigation that has ensnared Galleon founder Raj Rajaratnam.

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  • The two men, Donald Longueuil and Don Ching Trang Chu , were both ensnared in an investigation of so-called expert-network firms, which arrange conversations between investment managers and public-company employees earning hundreds of dollars an hour as consultants to provide insights on their firms and industries.

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  • In the course of the treasure hunt, Henry is soon ensnared between two rival and document-mad antiquarians—his roguish friend Alonzo Wax and the villainous, patrician Bernard Styles.

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  • His is the highest-profile case stemming from a seven-year government probe of sports doping that has ensnared Olympic gold-medalists, track coaches and others.

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  • The Lord is known by his justice; the wicked are ensnared by the works of thier hands.

    ( The Holy BIBLE, the Book of Psalm 9:16)

    September 29, 2010