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entanglement

[in′taŋ·gəl·mənt]
(ordnance)
An obstacle, such as barbed wire, that is utilized to stop or hamper the forward movement of troops.
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Entangle signed off her career with a gallant fifth behind French Navy in last month's Listed Ben Marshall Stakes at Newmarket, her first start in her native Britain.
So far, photons are the only elementary particles that have been entangled, but Lucas Lamata of the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Garching, Germany, and his colleagues have devised a way to entangle electrons, which would be more stable.
Based on the criteria of frequency, level of intrusiveness and potential for damage, the study found that the top 10 technology tactics used to entangle shoppers on the web were the following:
After attempting to entangle the superconducting circuits, Martinis and his team measured the current directions 34.
But as DeMent pointed out, requiring school officials to make certain that students' prayers fall within certain parameters only further entangles government in religious affairs.
Theory suggests that squeezing entangles the light's photons.
A grisly trail of seemingly unrelated murders entangles the two, and their hunt for the killer eventually leads them to a cliffside village and a breathtaking, cataclysmic struggle with a terrible nemesis from Doyle's past.
Dover Area School District, argues that teaching religious concepts in public school science courses entangles government with religion, violating the First Amendment.