from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To mix, as fat with lean; hence, to insert between or among other things; sandwich.
- To mix; diversify by mixture or by interjection: as, to interlard discourse with oaths.
- Synonyms To intersperse, intermix.
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Edith Mak, DerbyThe title of Edith Mak's installation, Visible To Invisible, indicates the tremulous interland she treads between sculptural presence and the emotional tinges of its subject matter.
The growth and development plan envisages sustainable economic development of the rural interland through agriculture which, it was hoped, would translate into a reduction of employment.
Pakathi said the 10-year plan was aimed at reducing the urban-rural divide, and specifically at closing the gap between the employment rate in developed coastal towns and that in the rural interland.
Its rapid growth is attributed to chemicals dumped into Zambia's longest interland river by factories.
He hoped that, once they understood who he was, and with a little of Lord Gho's gold to reassure them, they would be friendly, but he knew nothing of the Sighing Desert's interland, nor its people.
The tone of the humor is pretty judgemental, particularly aimed at the people in the interland and, I was just thinking, and this is a little wide of the subject, but, the last couple of weeks has seen a couple of ugly murders from the right wing loony end.
And the fruits of this national and common-sense policy is the creation of a native church and a native ministry in the native languages of the West Coast and in the interior, at Sierra Leone, at Lagos, in the interland, at Abbeokuta, at Ibadan, and for hundreds of miles along the banks of the Niger, in divers tribes and kingdoms, reaching out gradually but surely to the vast millions in the central quarters of the continent.
Africa and the American Negro...Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa Held Under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.