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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.
I, ROBOT (tonight, Channel 4, 10.25pm) imagines a future in which robots are ingrained in our everyday lives.
WATCH IT I, ROBOT (tonight, Channel 4, 10.25pm) imagines a future in which robots are ingrained in our everyday lives.
PPP Chairman further said though terrorism was trying to attack and defeat Sufi landmarks but cannot because Sufism is ingrained deeply in the Indus valley.
This summer add some sparkle to the season with two lines of dazzling and iridescent Bubble watches for men and women, ingrained with Corum's 'Swiss-made' expertise.
Furthermore, the habit can become so ingrained that you're unaware you're picking at or biting your nails until you feel pain.
GENDER stereotypes are still ingrained in young people, with many believing certain jobs are better suited to men rather than women, according to a new study.
Citing how he's often referred to as prolific, and not always in a complimentary way, Murphy observed, "When it's ingrained in you that you may not have a tomorrow, you wring every drop out of today." Now, after many years of success, Murphy reaffirmed, "I feel lucky to be here and to have the right to marry, which I never thought I'd have.
I want to paint my concrete porch floor but the old red paint is ingrained into the concrete.
Any collection strong in self-help guides will find Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives offers a powerful survey of approaches that really work to change ingrained habits.
"Alcohol is so ingrained within many of the things that we do - it would be fascinating for people to see they can still do those things without drinking being involved.
Washington, Apr 9 ( ANI ): Researchers have shed light on why is the tradition of Easter Bunny so ingrained in Easter Sunday and how is it tied with the resurrection of Jesus.
But I think the mobile is now so ingrained into society that it's almost impossible to persuade people to refrain from using them on health grounds.
Investigators from the Care Quality Commission - which polices health standards - said one ambulance was so dirty with ingrained blood stains it had to be taken out of service for a deep clean.
Websites such as Twitter will become more ingrained into contact center customer service and CRM strategies, and Google's search capabilities are likely to be used for mining information from relevant websites.