enshrine (something) in (something)

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enshrine (something) in (something)

To place something on display, often within a protective case or material. I enshrined my medals in a cabinet in my foyer so that all visitors can see them.
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enshrine something in something

to honor someone or something by placement in a shrine. Bill enshrined his grandfather's watch in a glass dome.
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A fire engine was enshrined in his heart as an appalling thing that he loved with a distant dog-like devotion.
The passion and the stress Of thoughts too tender and too sad to be Enshrined in any melody she knows?
At his back slept two almost brainless creatures--his sole support against the awful odds he must face before he could hope to succor the divinity whose image was enshrined in his brave and simple heart.
To the extent that Mr Qadri's protests are confined to seeking justice for the Model Town killings, they are arguably justified; the right to assemble and protest against injustice is a right that all Pakistanis have enshrined in the law.
Thomas Becket (left), enshrined in Canterbury, England, and St.
In her statement on 27th October Kashmir Day, she highlighted the fact that right to self determination had been enshrined as one of the basic principles of the UN Charter and the principle enshrined in UNSC and UNCIP Resolutions on Kashmir.
The 10 Koreans, the survivor and those who died in battles in the Pacific theater in World War II, were enshrined in April and October of 1959, based on information provided by the then Ministry of Health and Welfare, the predecessor to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, according to the ruling.
In 2004, when Shiite Islamic parties pushed for Sharia to be enshrined in the interim constitution, Hakki, who had been selected to help write the constitution, used her Department of Defense clearance to bring activists into the Green Zone.
It wasn't enshrined in law, but was established by thousands of individual decisions made by brokers and landlords not to rent or loan, by slumlords and city inspectors not to fix, and by political leaders not to care.
Elway's career will culminate Sunday when he is enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Why should the perspective of certain religious groups be elevated over others and enshrined in the Constitution?
Naoto Kan, secretary general of the main opposition Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), said Friday that Class-A war criminals enshrined at Tokyo's Yasukuni Shrine, which is dedicated to Japan's war dead, should be enshrined in a different place.
Within the EU, data protection is enshrined in two Directives: 95/46/EC which lays down general rules, and 97/66/EC which lays down specific provisions to deal with data protection and privacy in the telecommunications sector.
Marshall laments: "i am not missed, the changes for which i was the catalyst are dismissed as unimportant or taken for granted and he who wrought no changes [Malcolm X] is enshrined in the hearts of a new generation.
Tojo and other war criminals were enshrined in 1978 under a revised bereaved family support law.