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Trump’s decision leaves him more alienated than ever, isolated on the world stage and increasingly embattled at home.
The ride-hailing company - embattled from a number of recent internal struggles and controversies - has previously made headlines regarding allegations that its drivers assaulted passengers.
Sarkozy has also called for someone to compete with Google in that ambitious endeavor and in general portrays himself as a defender of his country’s culture, embattled in a homogenizing digital age.
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Origin and Etymology of embattle
Middle English embatailen, from Anglo-French embatailler, from en- + batailler to battle
First Known Use: 14th century
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