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to implant so deeply as to make change nearly impossible

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fix firmly or securely

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impinge or infringe upon

occupy a trench or secured area

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The power to entrench gives Congress more freedom to incorporate in law fine-grained judgments about the correct balance between flexibility and stability.
Congress might seek to implement different voting rules or procedures for different policy areas, but if it is not permitted to entrench the rules, they can be repealed by a simple majority, frustrating all such efforts.
The Bill will entrench the two sections establishing the Maori electorates so there will be equal status for general electorate seats and Maori electorate seats.
While Kaplan supplies no such data in regards to plots of mothering, both types of narrative, the melodrama and those including romance, represent two stages within an Oedipal narrative designed to entrench heterosexuality.
The $26 billion cash-and-stock deal will add to WB's western presence and entrench in further in the mortgage business.
Stem cell research continues to entrench itself as one of the more controversial fields of life science research.
Supporters say term limits are a way to ensure fresh leadership and prevent incumbents from using the publicity that comes with council service to entrench themselves.
Contends Special Interest Legislation Does Nothing More Than Protect and Further Entrench Beverly Board and Management