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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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They therefore entrenched themselves on a hill over against the enemy's camp, and though victorious, were under great disadvantages.
Whatever is the meaning of this odd little nook of grass and flowers, it is not an entrenched position.
class="MsoNormalThe path the Egyptian leader has taken to entrench himself in power is well-trodden.
"The US actions from my perspective is that it is going to further complicate, rather find any solutions to it and further entrench not only the Iranians, but also the Russians and Bashar Assad, so from the perspective it is a very negative development," he said.
Following the announcement, Netanyahu said Israel "will continue to act against Iran's attempts to entrench itself militarily in Syria."
"We will continue to act very aggressively against Iran's attempts to entrench itself in Syria," Netanyahu said at an Israel-Greece-Cyprus summit held in the Israeli city of Beersheba.
"Hizbullah and Iran are trying to entrench themselves in the area, which could be seen this past Saturday," added Brigadier General Yaniv Asur, who commanded the Golan Height's 210th Division until he was replaced on Sunday.
Will be presented during the conference, the results of the educational reform system in Tunisia, the strategy for the development of education in the Islamic world and means to promote youths' educational roles to entrench the values of tolerance and joint cohabitation.
The UK will continue to support Tunisia's transition and the crucial work now under way to entrench freedoms and build accountable institutions, Hague pledged.
* Entrench the Accord between the Government of Canada and the Voluntary Sector and the Codes of Good Practice on Funding and Policy Dialogue in all relationships and contracts with the charitable and nonprofit sector,
Conversely, the earlier legislature may entrench not a supermajority voting rule, but a substantive policy.
Gaustad's revelatory use of Williams's extensive leavings helps to entrench Williams in the tradition of radical reform through separation.
CAN charge governments at all levels to entrench good governance and avoid hate speeches, injustices and other negative tendencies that could create more problems for the country.
He said that these principles will be addressed during the discussion of the Constitution of the second Republic which will combine authenticity and modernity and entrench the values and objectives of the Revolution for freedom and dignity.