In doing so, he implied the obsolescence of that most embedded of British watering holes, the pub.
The chat will be embedded in the frame below, and readers are invited to take part.
In the millennia since swimming has been embedded in our culture, astounding claims have been made for its benefits.
His nametag was embedded in his ﬂesh along with his cotton fatigues.
They excoriated us for all these savings now embedded in Congressman Ryan's budget.
A second bullet smashed another pane and embedded itself in a wall.
For floors, a sheet of woven wire is often stretched out and embedded.
embedded in the preface are gems from Ruysbroeck's other writings.
In this way a large piece was brought to England embedded in wax.
In images preceding words, thought and action followed a circular sequence: one was embedded in the other.