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  • Interspersed throughout are poems, often searing, that attest to Mr. Liu's intellectual as well as emotional partnership with his wife, Liu Xia, an artist currently under house arrest.

    The Freedom Writer

  • Interspersed among them were perhaps a hundred individuals who got themselves there to watch and show support.

    The Enigma of Jon Huntsman

  • Interspersed with the garages are stands selling husked corn and tomatoes, mangoes and dwarf-size watermelons.

    Amaryllis in Blueberry

  • Interspersed are scenes of soccer stars from Manchester United goofing around with safety gear.

    In the Name of Safety, Airlines Can Dance if They Want To

  • Interspersed with the common but lovely moments of family life are those huge events that can change everything, the earthquake moments of fate and accident and horror that can crumble the foundations of love and trust, and yet are not enough to sever all the tendrils of tenderness, affection, care, and simple love that in the end are enough to keep the family structure standing.

    Nina Sankovitch: End of War: To the End of the Land by David Grossman

  • Interspersed are viewer comments from California where the Yes On 20/No on 27 campaign has mailed hundreds of thousands of copies of the film directly to voters statewide.

    Jeff Reichert: Gerrymandering: How's it Gonna Be?

  • Interspersed with Mr. Pare's images are photographs and texts of the period, as well as drawings, paintings and collages.

    Ideology Through Geometry

  • Interspersed between pages of ad copy determined to make the average reader jump at investing were a number of photographs depicting the natural waterfront, sailboats both on the Toms River and docked at Huddy Park, cleared roads, the Central Railroad of New Jersey Toms River Station, and the Atlantic City Boulevard completely devoid of any development.

    Building Beachwood, Part Three « Beachwood Historical Alliance

  • Interspersed throughout these texts are profound philosophical insights concerning the interrelationships among friendship, fidelity, human finitude, and mourning.

    Robert D. Stolorow: The Work of Mourning, by Jacques Derrida

  • Interspersed with play is a chance to interact socially too.

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  • To scatter here and there or place at intervals among other things. For example: to intersperse the road with warning signs regarding the bad road conditions.

    Another meaning can be to diversify with something placed or scattered at intervals. For example: they intersperse their performance with songs from their own country.

    June 18, 2009