After some initial skirmishes, the company managed to entrench its rule, often through the authority of amenable local rulers.
Under the ACT Self Government Act, there is a possibility to entrench some laws, but the government here has decided not to take that route.
He said legislation will entrench the increased size of the protected areas.
The affair quickly escalated and colonial militia began to entrench themselves enthusiastically around Boston Harbour, overlooking the British garrison.
The machine gun crew can entrench itself to lay down a massive wall of fire.
The Constitution provides only a single method - the constitutional amendment process - to entrench a rule against repeal by a majority.
We look forward to amendments further down the track to expand and entrench this legislation.
To consolidate her dominion, it was natural for such women to turn to more violent methods to entrench their rule.
Clausewitz observed that ‘if you entrench yourself behind strong fortifications, you compel the enemy to seek a solution elsewhere’.
Another test might be the serious pursuit of a Civil Service Act to entrench basic safeguards.