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Synonyms for embroilment

the condition of being entangled or implicated

Synonyms for embroilment

an intricate and confusing interpersonal or political situation


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University of Oregon doctoral student Dana Rognlie criticized "academia's problematic ethical embroilment with apparel companies via student athletics," which happens to be the subject of her dissertation at the UO.
Exploring the turbulence and controversy so characteristic of Syrian and Iraqi Jewry at the time, he shows that few elected to the post served out the whole term or avoided embroilment in acrimonious conflicts.
And was its offer of assistance the reactive and duty-bound response to the empire's embroilment in a continental war that underpinned that commemoration?
Subsequent embroilment in national politics leads to a similarly apocalyptic destruction.
All was not well with the world, but rumors of diplomacy with Japan, and hopes of evading embroilment in Europe's hostilities, allowed New Orleanians to indulge in the warm safe embrace of hometown normalcy.
As a head military attache in Berlin, he provided expert intelligence on the Nazi military buildup only to have it ignored at the highest levels, and his association with Lindbergh during this era led to his embroilment in political rivalries that undermined his credibility The narrative of "political polarization and demonization of ideological opponents" that Shearer presents is interesting in itself, and, as he concludes, it also has "an oddly familiar ring to those of us accustomed to the American news media markets of our own times.
Turning to the empirical study, section two traces the implementation of the RBAF and its embroilment in technical difficulties, political contestation and the ambiguities of measurement.
Pakistan's close embroilment in Afghanistan has also been discussed.
Pakistana[euro](tm)s close embroilment in Afghanistan has also been discussed.
El-Ariss extends the pun on the court "trial" of Mustafa Sa'id, charged with murdering his English lover, to include the "trials" that are produced within the native's implication and embroilment with modernity.
The 'extravagant intensity of perception' (letters VW 4, 231) that illness and aloneness brought to both Woolf and Mansfield seems key to the oblique viewpoint from which their short fiction was articulated; it is this distance that divorces the subject from embroilment in the everyday and initiates the unheimlich.
He quoted Obama's criticism of Turkish and Gulf States' role in arming and financing the Takfeerists to justify his party's embroilment in the Syrian struggle.
Too exacting a review of explanations in deficiency notices would risk such embroilment.
Is the embroilment of the Egyptian "modernist" elite and its Arab counterparts, which applauded the coup, not a form of collective suicide?
22) It rejected fears of those in the community who regarded the settlement as a threat to Australian security, writing that the 'Kimberley Scheme could neither cause friction with any Australian community nor give any ground for embroilment with a foreign state, in the case of other alien settlers'.