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  • v. Present participle of ensnarl.


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  • All of these corporate-industrial complexes are ensnarling the American people, our families, and our government in an intractable quagmire where the government is run "by-the-corporations; for-the-corporations" -- or in other words, we are living under a Corporate Economic Order, or CEO.

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  • This is a detective movie in the decadent mold of 40s film noir, ensnarling the investigators within a cold, harsh unlawful murderous underbelly that takes in malevolent drug runners, unkempt cocaine addicts and hideously deformed and hostile bar residents.

    GONE BABY GONE | Obsessed With Film

  • Instead of welcoming them with open arms, we eschewed their contributions by ensnarling them in red tape and endless delay.

    US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha

  • And they almost succeeded in ensnarling New Brunswick into an electricity deal, the way they did Joey Smallwood the Newfie a few decades ago.

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  • Conversely, there is a danger in preparing too much, in peppering fellow partygoers with too many accusatory "Did you knows?" and ensnarling them in raucous debates.

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  • Some day afterwards, although it’s well known the ensnarling traffic on the return from the TJ border is a killer, I parked in a San Ysidro lot a short walk too and from the border.

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