The federal government should also rectify the imbedded tax penalties that favor foreign carmakers.
In the distance, imbedded in trees, lies an extensive farmstead, larger and more home-like than any he has yet seen.
But imbedded in it was a huddled form, brown and hard as old wood.
A finger glass with two holes drilled to pass the wires through, which are imbedded in cement up to the platinum plates.
A broken mast 17 stump was imbedded upright in the sand at one spot.
He has left us his name, imbedded in runic letters as an acrostic, in the last canto of the poem, q.v.
imbedded in this oil is the kernel, which contains an even finer oil.
Though the ground was soft, the descent shook him and imbedded him so deeply he could not extricate himself for some time.
Millions of these very minute portions are imbedded in the midst of the metal in every part.
It consists of very minute oval green cells, with thick walls, and imbedded in the ends of prolongations of a gelatinous matrix.