Prepositions after "entangle"
"entangle in" or "entangle with"?
|In 53% of cases entangle in is used|
|A few find themselves entangled in jargon.|
|As man is entangled in it rotation, he can not rid himself of the laws o nature.|
|It may also become entangled in the baling-machine during the actual process of baling.|
|Hence, the real culprit or innocent party entangled in the misunderstanding will be exposed eventually.|
|Such ' shoppers ' will always find themselves entangled in repeating, futile cycles of freedom today and bondage tomorrow.|
|Humphries is already entangled in a messy legal dispute against Kardashian, whom he married about a year after the alleged tryst with Goldberg.|
|The moderator Jim Lehrer found himself entangled in the clash severally with Romney trying to cut-short Obama before completing his every statement.|
|He said that people are accustomed to think in these terms, and that as long as they remain entangled in these two views they will not attain liberation.|
|Whereas, in Indonesia, he was entangled in a legal case for embezzling Rp700 billion in funds from PT Bahana Pembinaan Usaha Indonesia (BPUI ), a state-owned finance company.|
|The banks, especially relatively smaller one, which financed the once-booming sector, found themselves entangled in a web of bad loans when property owners failed to pay off their dues.|
|In 27% of cases entangle with is used|
|The country is entangled with wild vines, and dangerous with precipitous caverns.|
|At the moment of the big bang, everything was quantum entangled with everything else.|
|We are, and have been, entangled with one another by movements and migrations, of people and ideas.|
|It's just that he seems to be suffering a good deal less than anyone else who became entangled with his enterprises.|
|Following a welcome home party of sorts and an intense conversation, I found myself, again, entangled with him, falling asleep to the sound of our joint breath.|
|In 4% of cases entangle by is used|
|I was sure it was a Long Crested Eagle and thought the bird had been entangled by a string which had probably gotten caught on the branches of the tree.|
|In 2% of cases entangle after is used|
|Turkey is increasingly entangled after intercepting a Syrian airliner carrying what it said were Russian-made munitions for the Syrian army, infuriating Moscow and Damascus.|
|In 2% of cases entangle into is used|
|Having said that, it's easy for social media beginners to become entangled into a world where Klout means everything just because it becomes just a numbers game.|
|In 2% of cases entangle on is used|
|But the advancing columns became entangled on the way with infiltrators disguised as refugees, and progress was slow.|
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