In 1969, the creation of a Black Studies program was embedded in the political unrest of that period.
And why did she feel comfortable publishing her book, All In, about the man she was, well, embedded with?
The chat will be embedded in the frame below, and readers are invited to take part.
His nametag was embedded in his ﬂesh along with his cotton fatigues.
embedded below is the full text of the bill the GOP has proposed to raise the debt ceiling for three months.
A second bullet smashed another pane and embedded itself in a wall.
What is there to say, except that it fell with high velocity and embedded in the tree?
embedded in the preface are gems from Ruysbroeck's other writings.
Wherever someone had found a suitable spot, there he had embedded his poles.
In images preceding words, thought and action followed a circular sequence: one was embedded in the other.