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for two years the couple was ensnarled in the red tape of an international adoption
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Yet O'Callaghan now lands in the thick of the highest-profile investigation at the Justice Department, ensnarling former Trump campaign associates.
The lyrics were indecipherable, ensnarled with music that shoved silence into the farthest corners.
Flight cancellations continue to grow after Harvey Flights have been grounded at both of Houston's busiest airports as Hurricane Harvey's remnants continued to ensnarl airline schedules in Texas.
Perhaps more importantly, though, not long after the sale closed, Rybolovlev became ensnarled in a divorce from his wife Elena, a toxic spill that splashed on for seven years.
In those cases, open source code buried in a winning app can quickly devalue the invention and ensnarl the host company in costly disputes.
As the water catastrophe stretches into its third year, Lyon is the highest-ranking member of Republican Governor Rick Snyder’s administration to get ensnarled in the ongoing criminal investigation.
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