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


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  • A July 7 New York Times article by reporter Michael Luo exploring how Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's (D-NY) Methodist faith "intertwines" with her "political life" asserted that Clinton "has been alluding to her spiritual life with increasing regularity in recent years," and that those references "have come under attack, both from conservatives who doubt her sincerity ... and liberals who object to any injection of religion into politics."

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  • Added junior Amber Reiff: "He knows a lot about basketball, and he kind of intertwines it with life." stories: News

  • Hubba Hubba, like traditional burlesque, intertwines partial striptease down to pasties and g-strings, dance and comedy with parody and references to popular culture.

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  • At night, her spirit intertwines with a magnificent black wolf, and they run together under the glow of a forest moon.

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  • Hence the obsessive behavior of those afflicted (that continues after death), the irresistible draw of the spiral, the self-destruction, the way the spiral twines and intertwines.

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  • Bach's cantatas and passions are a distant model, but the way in which Birtwistle manages the drama and intertwines the voices with the chamber orchestra that supports them is entirely his own.

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  • At night, her spirit intertwines with a magnificent black wolf, and they run together under the glow of a forest moon.

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  • For the nation's biggest bank by deposits, the restructuring greater intertwines consumer products and simplifies management.

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  • Virtually identical to the 2009 Geneva concept car—the exterior beautifully intertwines sinuous wave forms to form windows and fenders—the plug-in hybrid i8 will be fettled with a carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic body over an aluminum substructure, thus canceling out the weight penalty of heavy batteries.

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  • A proper novel set in Cambridge that intertwines two time periods, the era of Isaac Newton and the present day in which Lydia Brooke is researching him.

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