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(used especially of ideas or principles) deeply rooted

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Hate speech was so dangerous, in other words, because it plucked chords that were so deeply ingrained in the culture as to be structural parts of everyday life and thought for large numbers of Americansperhaps even a majority.
Its unique appearance, resembling a saucer mounted on a sapphire dome, became indelibly ingrained in the collective unconscious.
Ann Pickering, O2's human resources director, said: "It's worrying to see just how deeply ingrained gender stereotypes still are, with many young people still impacted by the archaic ideals that may have held back their parents or grandparents from rewarding roles.
This inclination to hoard is deeply ingrained in me, because in the past, in times of scarcity, you took what you could get," Merkel added in reference to life under communism.
It's difficult to imagine what this alternate reality would look like because the way life is, is so ingrained in our daily lives.
Mootnick, who runs the center with the help of volunteers, has been ingrained into that rural lifestyle and lives at the center.
Fisman and Miguel conclude that corruption is deeply ingrained.
As the national debate over the abuses ingrained in our capital punishment system continues, more and more people are conceding that there is an elephant in the room.
Ferer, whose husband, Port Authority Executive Director Neil Levin, died in the terrorist attacks, said, "We must never forget the tragic images that were ingrained in all of us in the weeks and months following the 9/11 attacks, even as we move forward to rebuild the site.
The ideas behind evolutionary biology have, since the publication of Darwin's writings, become ingrained in everyday culture.
Beaver Steals Fire is presented with the full support of The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Division of Fire; a note to the reader at the beginning asks those who use Beaver Steals Fire in the classroom or others who read it aloud to orally tell or discuss the story only in winter, when snow is on the ground, as this is a strongly ingrained part of tribal seasonal tradition.
No matter how ingrained you are in the safety movement culture, no matter how committed you are to being a blameless organization, there is still plenty of blame going on.
A Foreigner's Guide to Understanding Americans is an extremely useful guide for foreign travelers or exchange students visiting America, as well as American hosts who may not be aware of the unconscious, ingrained aspects of their culture that their foreign guest will have to adapt to.
This issue of Education Next vividly illustrates these dilemmas and shows how such hoary questions of political philosophy are now entangled with interests and ingrained practices.
We live in a society in which the killing of the unborn has now become ingrained in the very fabric of our culture.