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Why does bureaucratic red tape still ensnarl student records and the financial aid process, despite repeated promises that it would be cut?
But others suggested the issue was far more serious and could ultimately ensnarl Mr. Hubbell in Whitewater.
The A.M.T. is not adjusted for inflation, and it is expected to ensnarl 31.6 million taxpayers by 2010 and saddle them with tax increases.
Senators’ Amendments Ensnarl Insider Trading Bill
The crossings were doubly treacherous because there were often hidden holes in the river bottom which could overturn the wagon or ensnarl the team, sometimes with fatal consequences.
These needs of ours run deep, a tangled underground morass of ancient, gnarled roots, looking to ensnarl any hapless soul who might accidentally trod upon their outer radices.
At the key-word _avenge_, I readied myself to ensnarl the Kallerian in a spume of tanglemesh the instant he went for his blaster, but he didn't move.
The bare end of the wire had whipped backwards to ensnarl its frayed strands inside the upper end of the mooring-wire from which the sinker must be dangling two hundred metres below.
Tendrils of mist snaked from between the trees and lay across the road like a blanket of living snow, shifting, curling, reaching upward to ensnarl Ranyart's legs for only a moment before dissolving into nothingness.
Is it indeed true, mistress, that there be scents which can ensnarl a mannot blast him, mind you, as was attepted here but weave him to the purpose of another without his knowledge of what is happening?
But opponents said it was contrived to ensnarl regulatory agencies in red tape by requiring practically all Federal rules, new or existing, to be periodically reviewed to examine whether they were too costly or ought to be modified.
The investigation threatens to ensnarl many outside Congress as well, including Interior Department officials and others in the Bush administration who were courted by Mr. Abramoff on behalf of the Indian tribe casinos that were his most lucrative clients.
At the same time, cutting off American military aid presents its own complications for the United States and could ensnarl the Obama administration in a knotty contractual battle with American military contractors, said military procurement specialists and Congressional aides.