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Synonyms for mired

entangled or hindered as if e.g. in mire


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During his visit, Prince Mired is scheduled to call on the President and Prime Minister, and to meet with Secretaries to the Ministries of Defence and Resettlement, Commander of the Army, and officials in-charge of mine-clearance.
Muscat: Sayyid Saud bin Hilal Al Busaidi, Minister of State, Governor of Muscat received yesterday Princess Dina Mired Al Hussein, President of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) who is in the Sultanate to prepare for 2020 World Cancer Leaders Summit to be hosted by the Sultanate.
The Turkish central bank is said to be mired in political tensions following conflicting statements by politicians.
Without recovery Ireland will remain mired in austerity for the foreseeable future.
Coalition troops became mired in a world of insurgency and many lost their lives as a result.
But fulfilling her last wishes wasn't easy for her survivors because Grand View has been mired in financial and legal problems over the past year.
Already the Italian government is mired in recession and its export sector is threatened by the approximate 20 percentage point loss in competitiveness to France and Germany over the past five years as a result of the relatively poor Italian productivity performance.
New York City in the early 1930s was mired in the depths of the Depression and gangsters and racketeers ran the city.
Fortunately, I wasn't the one operating this tractor when it got mired.
The new socialism has left Venezuela mired in deep poverty, due to mismanagement of public funds and misguided policy decisions, which have made people poorer.
All six wheels of the rover had been mired up to their rims in soft sand since the vehicle drove into the small dune on April 26.
The caution on Page 2-402 in TM 9-2320279-10-1 says the winch is not designed to pull free a mired vehicle by itself Vehicle drive system power must always be used along with the winch or you risk damaging it.
Chad will embark on a fundraising campaign next month to raise $3 million to help save the school, which is mired in financial crisis.
Beleaguered might be a better word; it's mired in banality and its neighbours would surely unite to block so bold a structure today.
And as our nation becomes more deeply mired in the Mesopotamian morass, the Bush administration's reliance on the UN is becoming ever more overt.