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I am no bird; and no net ensnares me; I am a free human being with an independent will, which I now exert to leave you.
A real-life tractor beam that can invisibly ensnare and levitate objects has been developed by British scientists.
As the operation to ensnare Roach (Trevor Eve) goes awry, he realises there is a traitor among his gang - and he has one last nasty surprise for the Unit.
Inspector Vivienne Deering (Joanna Scanlan, above) and her team plot to ensnare the serial killer.
Inspector Vivienne Deering (Joanna Scanlan) and her team plot to ensnare the serial killer.
She added: "We will remember our past, but we shall no longer allow our past to ensnare our future.
My advice to all drivers this Christmas is to boycott areas of the city likely to have cameras located near bus lanes to ensnare the driver.
Summary: Ibrahim instructed Ramesh Vyas, the head of D-Company's betting operations in Mumbai, to ensnare the cricketer.
Summary: An affluent woman, who stands accused of five cases of stealing Dh200,000 worth of jewellery, said she took the pieces unconsciously, after a jewellery salesman helped police ensnare her.
Ensnare in the mood Ensnare's form may not have been inspiring for the 1m1/2f handicap, having finished no better than ninth in his last eight starts, but he was produced perfectly by Jamie Mackay to win by a neck.
HE mounting furore over Ttax avoidance has caught a comedian and may yet ensnare a singer.
By following these best practices, business owners can avoid the common pitfalls and traps that ensnare many businesses.