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some teachers tend to enshrine their personal preferences as sacred rules of English grammar
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Trout also surpassed Joey Votto in career WAR this month, and Votto, too, will likely end up enshrined.
The class will be enshrined in Springfield, Mass. on Sept. 7.
First, Commissioner Roberto Martinez of Coral Gables has an amendment that would enshrine in the constitution the age restrictions on firearms purchases put in place by the Florida Legislature that are now the subject of a lawsuit by the NRA.
The Homeschool Legal Defense Association, a conservative group based in Purcellville, Virginia, has long backed the Parental Rights Amendment, which would enshrine the right to homeschool in the U.S. Constitution.
Former Hurricanes safety Ed Reed became the eighth Miami player and 11th Hurricane overall who will be enshrined into the College Football Hall of Fame.
The bill, authored by two Democrats and two Republicans, would enshrine into law a Justice Department guideline that a special counsel can’t be fired without cause.
Davis becomes just the second South Houston female athlete to be enshrined thus far.
When Jones was about to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame last summer, Bryant spoke admiringly of his boss.
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ENSHRINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of enshrine for English Language Learners
: to remember and protect (someone or something that is valuable, admired, etc.)
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