It seemed to him that she was getting more and more enmeshed in
them, and capable of shorter and less frequent flights into the outer world, and yet she was only thirty-three.
Our enemy enmeshed in
terrorist designs will never succeed, as regional importance of Pakistan in fighting terror has been globally appreciated," she tweeted.
It has deep, double meanings both of which aptly sum up the situation we are enmeshed in
Following the protests, the Egyptian government has (http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/500189/20130820/egypt-muslim-brotherhood-spiritual-leader-badie-cairo.htm) come down heavily on the Brotherhood as scores of its leaders have been jailed while the outfit itself is enmeshed in
Kansas has been enmeshed in
a struggle over teaching evolution since 1998, when candidates who favored teaching creationism won a majority on the Board of Education.
Stephen Jones is a young recruit who reports in for his first day in the Training Sales Department in Seattle's Zephyr Holdings Building only to find the department enmeshed in
a scandal involving the theft of a doughnut.
Once the hundreds of formerly sovereign nations of the world are politically enmeshed in
various regional entities--the European Union, a North American Union, a Middle East Union, etc.--it would be relatively easy for our internationalist political elites to incorporate these various regional governments into a world government under the United Nations.
As a boy, Dwight Enhart found himself enmeshed in
the fogs of an ordinary teenage boyhood in 1946 as a young man who had development into a shy, yet respected leader in his high school, The Fading Of The Scars is an engaging tale of the young discovery of God through friendships and social barriers that eventually break through as a message of enlightenment.
The viewer was thus enmeshed in
a "seriality" of images whose leveling power implied an altogether more depressing definition of "the opposite of progress": If the reflections of Morris's cubes add nothing to the real world, Meckseper seems to say, current activist strategies yield little more.
Told from the point of view of historians who begin their study of Dracula almost by invitation from the vampire himself, this is also the story of a family that becomes enmeshed in
centuries of history, myth, danger and research.
Following the suicide of his favorite client, Dodds becomes enmeshed in
the dead man's life, not only writing about it but also befriending the man's Down syndrome-affected sister, June.
Describing slaves' property as being "enmeshed in
several overlapping, sometimes competing, social relationships" (p.
If ever there were two occupations enmeshed in
one another's success, it would be home office underwriter and producer.
Maddie's two best friends, Peter and Susan, have dropped her, enmeshed in
their own romance.
British colonial rulers left India a massive bureaucracy enmeshed in
a culture of secrecy.