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There is a need to better understand the tangled relations between Iran and the United States from their beginnings.
In places like Sandy Creek, the nets oil companies place over spills to protect wildlife often get tangled or torn, said Julie Vance, Fish and Wildlife’s District 4 director in Fresno, who oversaw response to inland spills for years.
OIL COMPANIES ARE PROFITING FROM ILLEGAL SPILLS. AND CALIFORNIA LETS THEM.BY JANET WILSON, THE DESERT SUN, AND LYLLA YOUNES, PROPUBLICASEPTEMBER 18, 2020PROPUBLICA
Once the rope got tangled around Squinty's foot, and he jumped over it to get free.
Our nicely worked out system for supplying the troops has in a moment been tangled up into a hundred knotty problems.
The sunken eyes, the tangled masses of raven hair, the look of exhaustion and hopeless woe.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
The pack-horses, with no riders at their heels to guide them, had tangled each other in the connecting-rope and stopped.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
It was a tangled trail that Kip Burland followed that night, shadowing that man who wore a telegraph messenger's costume.
They were tangled, too, and Jess cut them off evenly by a string, with Violet's little scissors.
THE BOX-CAR CHILDRENGERTRUDE CHANDLER WARNER
Rags, her tangled hair lying all about her on the pillow, was lying quietly, with closed eyes.
MOTOR MATT'S "CENTURY" RUNSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
The string is black and glossy as the tresses that fall in tangled skeins on the shoulders of the dreamy beauties of Tuscany.
THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA

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