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  • adj. That mesh between one another.
  • n. The act or process of meshing between one another.


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inter- +‎ meshing


  • The whole trend of metaphysics has been to downplay inter-subjectivity; that is, the intermeshing of different consciousnesses.

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  • Oh, and she checked the systems, a swirl of intermeshing holograms.

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  • In some ways it's deliberately less ambitious than River of Gods, which juggled ten different viewpoint characters against the background of India forty years hence, but the intermeshing of the different characters from their different time periods in the end comes across rather pleasingly.

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  • Therefore, if we begin with the day name 2 Ik on the Tzolkin and 0 Pop on the Haab and imagine the two calendar wheels intermeshing like two cogs of a wheel it will take 73 revolutions of the smaller Tzolkin calendar wheel and 52 revolutions of the larger Haab calendar wheel to return to the same combination of names and numbers, namely 2 Ik 0 Pop.

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  • A Maya date depends on the intermeshing of these two calendars.

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  • HART: Back then, there wasn't this tight intermeshing between parents 'and children's lives.

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  • Historical events were recorded and fitted into a complex system of intermeshing sacred and secular calendars.

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  • The almanac year comprised of 260 days, each of which was assigned a date by intermeshing one of 20 day-signs, represented graphically with a gylph, and a number from 1 to13, represented by dots so that no two days in the cycle could be confused.

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  • If you examine a technology from the top down, you see it as an arrangement of connected parts interacting and intermeshing with each other to some purpose.

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  • "The gradual intermeshing of technological and computational systems into the physical realm has both positive and negative implications, many of which are currently under-explored or misunderstood by architects or planners."

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