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1) As the essential measure to secure and entrench lasting reform we will introduce fair votes by proportional representation for Parliamentary elections.
2) We will create a Supreme Court to entrench and defend these fundamental reforms to the relationship between the citizen and the state.
3) To hold on stubbornly, as to a position; entrench oneself.
4) SIA and Singapore need to entrench themselves in the new Asia ,[http://sentencedict.com/entrench.html] where China calls the shots.
5) Indeed, it could entrench certain people's view of themselves as anti - Western outsiders.
6) A new year looks sure entrench old resentments.
7) It would entrench the position of incumbent institutions that are already too large and too diverse.
8) They entrench themselves behind undeniable facts.
9) Will the economic crisis force change, or entrench privilege?
10) The evidence for this is that, in the past, such agreements helped to entrench protectionist policies.
11) We will reform recent legislation affecting the independent channels to entrench the interests of quality broadcasting and to guarantee political independence.
12) Many believe that the consultation process was manipulated to entrench one-man, one-party rule.
13) But if the managers' stockholding ratio is more than or equal to 32.88%, the increasement of the managers' stockholding may raise the agent costs and entrench upon external stockholders.
14) But once the occupiers have left, the chances that the Iraqis will entrench and cherish a stable, federal, pluralist democracy must still be rated at less than even.
15) Critics say the constitutional blessing of collective rights and traditional authorities smacks of corporatism and will entrench undemocratic caciques (political bosses).
16) Now China needs a leader who understandings that only freedom can entrench prosperity.
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