Reinhart & Rogoff were not gripped by the pseudo-science-economics that has ensnared so many on the right.
Jill Kelley and Natalie Khawam have emerged as key players in the saga that ensnared two top American generals.
And, even if that could be papered over, McDonnell was ensnared in an ongoing ethics scandal that kept him off the campaign trail.
Other companies have been ensnared in similar controversies.
In 2007, David Vitter, the junior senator from Louisiana, had been ensnared in the D.C. Madam scandal.
Of what avail would be a boat or a river if this person sacrificed the nets and appliances by which the fish are ensnared?
By her witcheries, I tell you, has ensnared him so that now he swears that he will wed her.
What right has she to say that I ensnared Madeline's affection and all that rot?
Your carriage flattered his vanity; your person would have ensnared his heart.
After a run of ten miles, a great quantity of ice, coming from the east, filled the bay with small fragments and ensnared us.