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(used especially of ideas or principles) deeply rooted

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An extension of a panel at the 1997 American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, this collection of essays provides "an overview of the evolving and often contesting images of manhood that came to populate the verse, drama, and prose of the early modern period" and argues that such images, "when viewed together, ultimately reveal the fragile complexities and deep-rooted anxieties of both masculinity and masculine representation at this time.
As to the future, the Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland plan to participate in Global ReLeaf and, with a deep-rooted commitment, will continue to plant trees.
The trial was a textbook example of justice denied by deep-rooted racial hatred.
Examples of invasive plants include: Chinese tallow, deep-rooted sedge, and water hyacinth.
Muscat: Marking the 60th anniversary of India-Oman diplomatic relations, Indian Coast Guard Ship Vijit is visiting the Gulf country to cement deep-rooted ties, time-tested friendship and multifaceted cooperation.
They discussed the deep-rooted ties between the UAE and Kuwait and ways to strengthen them in the best interest of the two people.
For his part, Al-Dayel thanked the minster for his noble feelings towards the Saudi leadership and people, noting the deep-rooted ties binding the two countries of Saudi Arabia and Niger.
The Ambassador hailed the deep-rooted ties between Kuwait and Italy at all levels.
Hassan Abdulla Fakhro has affirmed the solid deep-rooted Bahraini-British relations, dating back to over a century, noting that joint cooperation agreements have reflected positively on the two friendly countries.
They also stressed the keenness of their country to activate the existing co-operation relations between the two friendly countries and the deep-rooted friendship relations, which are accorded a distinguished interest from the two leaderships.
MacAskill said: "What we need is targeted action which tackles the deep-rooted causes - drink, drugs, deprivation and the deep-rooted culture of gangs ingrained in some communities.
Aa''Damascus is a deep-rooted country, it is the oldest-inhabited city alive, which inspired Europe with the charm of the Orient, and what's beautiful now is the reciprocal visions of Paris and Damascus,'' the minister added.
Actor-turned-playwright Adam Stein certainly knows how to convey one man's deep-rooted dissatisfaction with another.
But from the very start, there are signs of deep-rooted Christian hostility, and the tenuous balance is violently overturned by the Cossack rebellions led by Bogdan Chmelnitzki (1648-49) that leave thousands of Jews slaughtered and scores of communities destroyed.
The advent of such deep-rooted land plants drastically reduced atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide, scientists believe, thereby turning down the greenhouse effect and cooling the climate.