- v take or catch as if in a snare or trap
- v catch in or as if in a trap
- It is suggested that permitting White to continue his espionage operations might enable the Truman Administration to entrap not only White but the whole Soviet espionage ring .
- In his opening statement, Weitzman declared that federal agents had ruthlessly taken advantage of De Lorean's financial woes to entrap him in an operation the lawyer likened to .
- At a campaign stop in Athens, Georgia, recently, a woman in the audience tried to entrap Democratic Senate candidate Max Cleland with a liberal-baiting question: Could he explain .
- Larry Craig in International Herald Tribune
You shouldn't be out to entrap people,Craig told the officer. "I don't want you to take me to jail."
- Kofi Annan in Jamaica Gleaner
Poverty, abuse and violence, lack of information, coercion by older men, men having several concurrent sexual relationships entrap young women in a giant network of infection,Mr. Annan noted.
- Alan Dershowitz in AFP
Dubai Cares seeks to shine the light of knowledge and dispel the darkness of ignorance by giving the children in poor countries hope for the future and opportunities to break the cycle of poverty that threatens to entrap them and consign their... Sheikh Mohammed http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohammed_bin_Rashid_Al_Maktoum&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNE28dA8aBdlx1Wi86YLBLIdJADAfg Dubai City Guide http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.dubaicityguide.com/geninfo/news_dtls.asp%3Fnewsid%3D9526&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFuKseEaFeYmZ7YkilapCSzvpcXPQ Sep 19, 2007
33488 42776 entrapment Over the course of the case, the government wiretapped 5,000 phone calls and intercepted 6,000 e-mails, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz wrote in an opinion piece in The Wall Street Journal titled The Entrapment of Eliot."