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  • n  an intricate trap that entangles or ensnares its victim

  • In a business of bitter rivalries and awkward alliances, few political relationships have been more bitter, awkward or downright tortured than John McCain's eight-year entanglement .
  • If the photons interact in just the right way, their parent atoms enter a quantum state known as entanglement, in which atom B adopts the properties of atom A even though they're .
  • There is something very sinister to my mind in this mesopotamian entanglement," Winston Churchill wrote his Prime Minister, David Lloyd George, in August 1920.
News & Articles

  • Roy Hibbert Can Never Play For Team USA, And It's All Jamaica's Fault
    The United States Olympic basketball team, finding itself short on centers, wanted to add Indiana Pacers big man Roy Hibbert to its roster before the 2012 summer games. There was just one problem: Hibbert belonged to the Jamaican national team. On this week's excerpt from Slate's Hang Up and Listen podcast, Josh Levin breaks down Hibbert's messy entanglement with the Jamaican team, and also ...
    June 14, 2013 - Deadspin

  • Stanislaw Wielgus in Reuters.uk
    By the fact of this entanglement I have damaged the church ...... I will respect any decision the Pope makes,Wielgus said in a statement on the church's Web site that is to be read to churchgoers on Saturday. "I damaged the church again...
  • Judith Miller in CBS News
    As for Keller's remark about "my `entanglement' with Mr. Libby, I had no personal, social, or other relationship with him except as a source," Miller wrote.
  • Hayden Panettiere in PR Newswire (press release)
    Whales face increasing threats from climate change, ship strikes, entanglement in nets, and chemical and noise pollution, yet Japan, Norway and Iceland continue to kill them in increasing numbers,Panettiere said. "I am looking forward to...

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