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- adj. That interlocks.
- v. Present participle of interlock.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Connected together in such a manner that the parts work together as a single unit, or in a coordianted manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of locking together or in combination, as in a railway-switch and signal system. See interlocking system of signals, under interlock, and signaling.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of interlocking or meshing
- n. contact by fitting together
- adj. linked or locked closely together as by dovetailing
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I think that in our society at the moment we still need a robust defence of the non-Fabian, the pluralist, vision of what a just society might be: a society in which what I call the interlocking, intersecting communities would all have a role in shaping the common good: where these communities would all be potential partners with statuary and government agency, with the ultimate goal not simply of solving problems or meeting needs, but equipping citizens.
His early works were modernist experiments, but since his popular breakthrough with Tugt og utugt i mellemtiden (1976), most of his works have been present-day or near-future scince fiction in interlocking, alternative versions of his native city of Århus.
The one which was first called interlocking complexity when it was a predicted consequence of evolution, or one of the other versions?
There's something called interlocking (ph) that goes on.
Sandra Lucore, who directed the room excavation, calls the interlocking-tube construction system "interesting and awkward."
Yes, so the -- the idea of interlocking power, at that point, was perhaps not the s-- the -- the scandalous thing that it is today.
Well, probably the most significant one is 385 interlocking, which is a construction loan for a property spec developing in Colorado.
The tools that underlie GIIRS are the same kind of interlocking gear-like mechanisms that enable other markets to function.
I would call them "interlocking" and aimed at the same unknowns.
It's all kind of interlocking cogs and springs that work to turn the hands round at exactly the right speed to mark the hours and minutes and days and so on. '