It raises the possibility that it could now ensnare any American.
If the answer is no, that would be a pretty good reason to try to ensnare them in it.
Greenberg has been trying to ensnare innocent people in his troubles for quite some time."
But none has been anywhere near as big as this one, or as likely to ensnare public figures.
Romania’s leaders endlessly seek to weaken anti-graft laws that might otherwise ensnare them.
Richard Cordray, the agency’s director, alleges that many loans “ensnare” borrowers in debt traps.
Local fishermen set large-meshed gillnets to capture totoaba (Totoaba macdonaldi) also ensnare vaquitas.
An alphabet soup of different consumer, privacy and media regulators will slowly try to ensnare the big tech firms.
With Nirenus’s help, Cleopatra has arranged an entertainment at the palace to further ensnare the interest of Caesar.
The law could ensnare innumerable people, from employees of insurance companies to pregnancy counsellors and friends and relatives.
Car makers in Europe seem to be in a curious state of denial about the tightening regulatory framework that is about to ensnare them.
Beijing now confronts accusations that it is directing investments to ensnare partners in debt traps as a means of seizing their assets.
A disdain so great that the UFC president is willing to ensnare his company in unnecessary controversy simply for a chance to attack a journalist.
The bill also repeals the alternative minimum tax, which was designed to ensnare rich people with clever accountants and a lot of sheltered income.
U.S.C. faces more scrutiny: This isn’t the first scandal to ensnare the University of Southern California, but this time, the school is near the epicenter.
Elements Eight has the word ‘artisan’ plastered on the bottle, but fear not – this is no slick marketing gimmick to entice and ensnare a booze-craving hipster.
His previous attempts to ensnare such crimes against humanity as “barbarity” or “vandalism” were dismissed by the European legal establishment before the second world war.
Kristen Lindquist, a professor of psychology at the University of North Carolina, has said our brains are wired to revel in the dopamine hormone that receiving ‘likes’ is scientifically proven to provide, which can ensnare us in a mild addiction.
Advisers have been bitterly divided over how to proceed on the tariffs, including whether to impose them broadly on all steel and aluminum imports, which would ensnare allies like the European Union and Canada, or whether to tailor them more narrowly to target specific countries.
Consider the nature of all worldly sensible things; of those especially, which either ensnare by pleasure, or for their irksomeness are dreadful, or for their outward lustre and show are in great esteem and request, how vile and contemptible, how base and corruptible, how destitute of all true life and being they are.
- take or catch as if in a snare or trap
- catch in or as if in a trap
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Consider the nature of all worldly sensible things of those especially which either ensnare by pleasure or for their irksomeness are dreadful or for their outward lustre and show are in great esteem and request how vile and contemptible how base and corruptible how destitute of all true life and being they are