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some teachers tend to enshrine their personal preferences as sacred rules of English grammar
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Lawmakers also passed a bill to enshrine a 72-hour waiting period for buyers of assault weapons.
In October, for instance, the Communist Party decided to enshrine Xi’s political thoughts into the constitution—elevating him to the level of the party’s founding father, Mao Zedong and also Deng Xiaoping.
The game is part of Hall of Fame weekend in Canton, and the Bears and Ravens were chosen to participate as their former middle linebackers Brian Urlacher and Ray Lewis will be enshrined in the Hall.
Before embarking down that path, Alaskans deserve to have their Permanent Fund dividends protected, and the only way to do that now is to enshrine the PFD in the Alaska Constitution.
There’s just a backlog of great coaches waiting to be enshrined, including Don Coryell, Bill Cowher, Tom Flores and Jimmy Johnson.
Vital to this effort to enshrine usury in law were the efforts of Indiana Speaker Brian Bosma, who voted for this bill and who now very likely will be going to hell.
The newest Tigers to be enshrined are Dennis Drinnen (class of 1964), Jim Gruver (class of 1974), Sarah (Leeper) Lucas (class of 2007) and Adam Engel (class of 2010).
Finalists must receive 18 votes from the 24-member honors committee to be enshrined.
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Origin and Etymology of enshrine
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of enshrine for English Language Learners
: to remember and protect (someone or something that is valuable, admired, etc.)
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