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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of intersperse.

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Examples

  • But this is also an epic film, told over generations, which intersperses a story of global political change with Reed's rocky but ultimately, loving relationship with his wife, Louise Bryant.

    Delia Lloyd: 5 Political Films Worth Seeing

  • But this is also an epic film, told over generations, which intersperses a story of global political change with Reed's rocky but ultimately, loving relationship with his wife, Louise Bryant.

    Delia Lloyd: 5 Political Films Worth Seeing

  • He intersperses the grim drama, shot in darker tones often with a handheld camera, with Precious 'escapist fantasies, drenched in vivid color and tinged with humor.

    'Precious' is raw and painful but poignant

  • The show intersperses stand-up bits with vignettes.

    TV on DVD

  • The show intersperses stand-up bits with vignettes.

    TV on DVD

  • She intersperses italicized quotes from the various Socratic dialogues at key points in her narrative - Socrates acts as his own Greek chorus on every page, and the effect is mesmerizing.

    "The Hemlock Cup," a history of Socrates

  • While telling Petra's story, Ms. Pearson intersperses episodes from the life of Bill Finn, the copywriter who produces much of the Essential David Cassidy magazine.

    Truly, Madly, Remotely

  • I love the way the show intersperses quick flashbacks into the narrative.

    First Look: Tennis-playing Jenna from the '30 Rock' season premiere | EW.com

  • She intersperses italicized quotes from the various Socratic dialogues at key points in her narrative - Socrates acts as his own Greek chorus on every page, and the effect is mesmerizing.

    "The Hemlock Cup," a history of Socrates

  • It traces the evolution of the game from pick-up soccer in vacant lots to the World Cup, and intersperses accounts of legendary goals with the effects of big money on styles of play.

    Archive 2009-04-01

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