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  • This article provides that the principle of local self-government should be enshrined in written law.
  • A number of these principles are enshrined in the law of higher education.
  • The game has been enshrined in NFL history as one of the greatest games ever played.
  • You must build a six sided temple and enshrine me within this temple.
  • This Garden Home is going to enshrine life as it should be lived. Cited from If Winter Comes, by A.S.M. Hutchinson
  • He brought her remains back to the Abbey where they were enshrined.
  • He died at the abbey he had founded, and his remains were enshrined there.
  • Therefore it was often enshrined within the royal palace itself.
  • Australian domestic law also enshrines some of Australia's obligations under international law.
  • During migration, families would often take soil from their family temple and enshrine it at their new home.
  • This enshrines democratic control over the co-operative, and how its capital is used.
  • In them are enshrined what she had learnt of her country from books and from her people.
  • It is one of the most extensive human rights and all international human rights instruments enshrine it in more than one article.
  • A corner of the Constant living room is devoted to enshrining his memory.
  • Enshrine her and she dies, who had The hard heart of a child. Cited from Nets to Catch the Wind, by Elinor Wylie
  • Smith, along with the rest of the league's girls, is now enshrined in the Hall.
  • The military powers enshrined in the constitution were soon put to use by President George Washington.
  • Many other democratic nations have followed the US model in enshrining certain rights in their constitutions.
  • One little story of great beauty enshrines his passion. Cited from The High Deeds of Finn and other Bardic Romances of Ancient Ireland
  • Although these courts have been present since pre-colonial times, they were not previously enshrined in the Constitution.
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Meaning of enshrine

  • verb Enclose in a shrine
    the saint's bones were enshrined in the cathedral
  • verb Hold sacred