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deep-seated

adjective deep, deeply felt, embedded, engraved, established, fixed, implanted, manifest
Associated concepts: malicious prosecution, motive
See also: chronic, ingrained, permanent
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She added that Deep-Seated Limited has proved a great success in education sector: “Both PECB International and Deep-Seated Limited have proved a great success in education sectors, and that is a very promising sign for both parties.
growth are not a cure for deep-seated weaknesses elsewhere, Lagarde cautioned.
By replacing normal vision with continuously updated MRI, the surgeon is able to visualize deep-seated tumors and monitor the robot's movement without having to create a large incision in the brain.
Paul Murphy, the fire service''s district manager for Wirral, said prior to the operation: "There is a deep-seated fire in peat and compost at a location to the north of Birkenhead.
Deep-seated thoracic and abdominal masses: usefulness of ultrasound and computed tomography guidance in fine needle aspiration cytology diagnosis.
There are very deep-seated social problems which we need to tackle.
Tokyo, Japan, June 16, 2006 - (JCN) - Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma will release AmBisome 50mg for intravenous drip infusion, an antifungal agent for treating deep-seated mycosis infection, on June 20.
Bracken and ferns were ablaze from 3am on Saturday until 6pm yesterday after the deep-seated fire spread during one of the hottest weekends of the year.
Henry's feelings of rage abated as he grasped that his father struggled with his own deep-seated problems.
The search for indicators of elite change is deep-seated in the proposition that "in most Arab states, incumbent elite significantly influence the formation of the new elite that will replace them" (p.
Calling Jack a sexual predator is an indication that beneath any acceptance of homosexuals is a deep-seated loathing for anyone he perceives as initialing same-sex contact.
Seemingly unrelated, the two events crystallize certain fundamental aspects of each country: the deep-seated, almost arrogant national pride of the French and the insatiable consumerism at the heart of American society.