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We’ve collected the best Entrenched Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Jane Leavy, Jacob Zuma, Eric Yuan, MJ Hegar, Erin O’Toole. Use them as an inspiration.

By the 1880s, baseball was entrenched in the Cape‘s sandy soil. Semipro teams, commonplace before World War I, were organized into the first Cape Cod League in 1923 – Orleans joined the four original teams five years later. By 1940, the league had foundered on financial shoals and disbanded.
We have a history in South Africa of an entrenched white monopoly capital.
Being a solo founder allows you to move quickly – when you’re going up against massive, entrenched competitors, you need to maximize speed and agility. Having just one person at the top allows for faster decision making.
I think it’s very clear to be able to be a working-class mom of two and veteran and to be able to take on an entrenched, establishment, dark-money-backed Washington lackey, that I’m gonna have to be able to excite people and gain momentum and gain attention and get people excited and energized.
Canada has, entrenched in our Constitution, a world-leading recognition of Indigenous rights.
The Arab spring was not as radical as the French or Iranian revolutions. It did not pull out the deeply entrenched roots of the state. Instead, it was satisfied to replace the top of the pyramid with newly elected, but inexperienced, leaders.
White supremacy is deeply entrenched in our nation‘s DNA.
Like other conflict-affected regions, Africa continues to see religious, ethnic, and politically motivated conflicts. Extremist violence is now entrenched in several parts of the world. Armed conflicts are leading to protracted refugee crises to the scale that has not been seen since World War II.
Everybody who goes into government gets somewhat chewed up in the process. Being a senior appointee is like being at a startup, only more so: You run into opposition from the entrenched oligopoly of contractors whose business model is to extract as much money from government as possible for doing as little as possible.
I’m a market person, but there are certain circumstances where you’ve got to have government put up the guardrails or bust up entrenched interests before they become too powerful.
Cisco presents our biggest challenge in the firewall market for the fact that they have such a large percentage of market share. Displacement of an entrenched incumbent is always a challenge.
No worse fate can befall a young man or woman than becoming prematurely entrenched in prudence and negation.
Knut Hamsun
Regulation often helps Big Industry remain entrenched in power. The burdensome costs of complying with any new regulation would be a rounding error for the likes of Facebook and Google, but it might completely destroy a promising start-up poised to challenge their dominance.
Taking a vote or poll is a great simple way to take a decision, but it doesn’t help a group find consensus. It actually polarizes people and highlights the differences between them. People end up getting entrenched in their views.
I’m one for new things: I like new technology, I like new music, I’m not entrenched in some view of what culture should be. I like the fact that it’s constantly changing and that language is changing, that behaviour changes.
At Andreessen Horowitz, we talk about the notion of being ‘too hungry to eat.’ That’s to say, we often see startups that are so entrenched in the product that the founders forget they need muscle to grow.
If we work to find common ground rather than fighting from entrenched, simplistic, ideological corners, we can have the safety we need and the justice we deserve.
Art and culture are the greatest weapons against hate agendas, entrenched ideologies, and power structures that harbor and promote the business of divisiveness.
I’ve never responded well to entrenched negative thinking.
Because we’ve always done it that way.’ During my 12-year tenure as a special agent with the U.S. Secret Service, I heard those words all too often. The agency, in my experience, has an entrenched management culture resistant to change.
I’d like to say that right now, in the last few years, the Democrats have been closer – have been more pro-environment. The coal industry is pretty well entrenched in the Republican Party and that’s one of the things that we need to phase out.
I’m firmly entrenched in the Seth Rollins character. It is so close to who I am as a person, we’re almost overtly intertwined.
And that’s really what’s happening in this country is a violation of the First Commandment. We have become a country entrenched in idolatry, and that idolatry is the dependency upon our government. We’re supposed to depend upon God for our protection and our provision and for our daily bread, not for our government.
The odds are stacked heavily against women in politics. They are up against strong, entrenched and largely patriarchal lobbies in political parties.
Gun crime is a major cause of fear and distress throughout the UK. The problem is deeply entrenched in a wide range of social and cultural factors and therefore not an isolated issue.
Diane Abbott
The target market is for people who have not been entrenched in Web culture.
John Patrick
I have long been puzzled by the entrenched mentality, and often enforced practice, of longer work hours and less sleep. Innumerable policies exist within the workplace regarding smoking, substance abuse, ethical behaviour, and injury and disease prevention.
Grass-roots politics, linking small-dollar fundraising to massive local volunteer organization, showed that it can rival the power of a right-wing machine comprising super PACs backed by entrenched interests and mega-donors.
I like being from a city that is not entrenched in show business. When you’re in New York City or Los Angeles, even if you’re not dealing with show business, there’s still this sense that it’s the center of the universe.
Ed Helms
We’re often too entrenched in existing structures and are so primed to think that if we grew up with the values and the norms, they have to be correct.
You still hear this perception that boys are good at math and girls are not, and it’s not cool and it’s not interesting. And I think we have to shift the culture. It’s so deeply entrenched in who we are.
In the 1960s, as a rising defense intellectual, Kissinger was a Nelson Rockefeller man, firmly entrenched in the center-right establishment. When he attended the infamous 1964 Republican convention in San Francisco, he was horrified by Goldwater supporters, whom he likened to fascists.
In front of us was not a line but a fortress position, twenty miles deep, entrenched and fortified, defended by masses of machine-gun posts and thousands of guns in a wide arc. No chance for cavalry!
Philip Gibbs
I wanted to be completely and totally entrenched, immersed in this football life, this culture all the way, so you don’t even have a thought, an inkling, that my mind is somewhere else.
There’s not a long, entrenched tradition of theatergoing in Australia.
I’ve spent most of my adult life in the United States, and there the celebrity culture has been entrenched for a long time. It has made people almost literally insane, even those who make a great show of repudiating it. Those people, like novelists, who can no longer enjoy this status are condemned to despise it.
As many have noted, Donald Trump‘s presidency is an insurgency. Mr. Trump himself is the quintessential insurgent, doing battle with a disingenuous and entrenched establishment.
Number one in high school, when I was sort of entrenched in the street life, if you will, the major thing that kept me plugged in the mainstream was athletics. I played basketball throughout high school. I also played football, but I played basketball throughout high school.
Fragility, violence, and conflict are complex. Fragility is influenced by a wide set of factors, many of which are deeply entrenched, such as high social and income inequality. The lines between criminal, inter-communal, and politically motivated violence are often blurred.
What happens when you get any kind of entrenched power is that it just becomes kind of corrupt and self-serving.
There’s this narrative that is entrenched in some of the professions that there’s this mysterious thing called ‘socioeconomic status’ that is immutably correlated with health. And it isn’t.
As with any new and innovative industry, entrenched interests – particularly the hotel industry – have attempted to squash the home-sharing movement.
Donald Trump has courageously taken on the entrenched special interests who sought to suppress the working people of this country and who have sought to deny them a livable wage.
College athletics are so entrenched and enjoyed by so many people that they will never be discontinued or substantially changed. I know that. I just pity the people caught in that tender trap. And most of all, I pity those kids.
By recycling pre-existing material, Shakespeare seemed to endorse a view common in his time, which has become even more entrenched in the 400 years since: that all the truly essential stories are already in the bag.
When men hear women want a commitment, they think it means commitment to a romantic relationship, but that’s not it. It’s a commitment to not floating around anymore. I want a guy who is entrenched in his own life. Entrenched is awesome.
America‘s love affair with traveling into outer space is deeply entrenched.
As they grow, companies saturate their markets, become more complex and difficult to manage, and face larger and more entrenched competitors.
In countries that lack a longstanding and entrenched commitment to the rule of law, it can be hard to recruit, train and keep prosecutors and judges who are both independent and effective, even in the face of attempted intimidation or corruption.
White people need to wake up and tell the truth about US history and the inequality and the ways in which racism is so entrenched.