Until he got embroiled in a lobbying scandal, James Hirni was a rising star in GOP circles.
And Mississippi is embroiled in a controversy over proposed license plates honoring Nathan Bedford Forrest.
At the time of his death, Swartz was embroiled in a sticky legal situation.
In her area of Kivu, which had long been embroiled in ethnic disputes, the fighting escalated in 2004.
Now embroiled in a racial scandal, Jackson fired back, saying the incident was an “incredibly unfortunate error.”
Nations are embroiled in quarrels and armies slaughter armies over questions which are, always, ultimately questions of profit.
To be embroiled now might ruin everything, and by a miracle he kept his temper.
Around him were the shouts and cries of embroiled warriors; then all was silenced by a roar from below.
The affairs on the continent of Europe were now more than ever embroiled.
But during the present embroiled state of Europe, an intriguer was more necessary there than either a warrior or a politician.