- n. Plural form of interpolation.
“Despite the continuity of vocabulary and style between the paraphrase and the interpolations, one cannot exclude the possibility that the interpolations are the work of a different author than the paraphrase.”
“The blue word interpolations is an original idea that works for me.”
“Airbrushing, "interpolations," positing non-existent weather stations, creative "algorithms," frauds and flim flams in general - such is "science" in the age of ideological trumpery and triumphalism.”
“It is possible that a few "interpolations" of false objects have been made by another and less expert hand, but the weight of the problem rests on these alternatives, -- the disputed relics which were found are mainly genuine, though unfamiliar; or a forger not destitute of skill and knowledge has invented and executed them -- or -- there is some other explanation.”
“-- Dr. Temple and Dr. Williams regard the Bible as the voice of conscience, pp. 45 and 78: -- look for a verifying faculty in the individual, pp. 45 and 83: -- dwell on the "interpolations" in Scripture, pp. 47 and 78.”
“For the sake of convenience we are enclosing herewith a copy of the authentic report of the University and the report as placed by the Greenpeace India in their website along with a comparison in a tabular form which would clearly indicate the changes/deletions/additions and interpolations made by Greenpeace India.”
“Seeing it this year in its fullest extant form, with interpolations as to the missing bits and the original musical score, provided an unforgettable experience of the power of visionary SF from any era.”
“A version of the 1754 revised edition was used, with cuts, amendments and interpolations, the aim being to shorten the work and make the story clear, sung in Amanda Holden's fluent translation.”
“Mr. Sellars worked to demonstrate the distance between husband and wife with glances and body language; he also had characters silently witnessing and participating in other characters' solo scenes to further his motivational interpolations.”
“My only complaint is that the score has been salted with modern-day interpolations the ghost of Frank Sinatra, for instance, makes a cameo appearance in "Oh, better far to live and die" that Mr. Rauch calls "grace notes.”
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