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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of interweave.


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  • Yet so unconscious is our author of the real point at issue, that he proceeds to support his view by several other passages in which Irenæus 'interweaves' his own remarks, because they happen to contain the words [Greek: dia touto], though in every instance the indicative and _not the infinitive_ is used.

    Essays on the work entitled "Supernatural Religion"

  • The author interweaves Greek mythology, African mythology, and Catholic doctrine into the story line of Amaryllis in Blueberry.

    Amaryllis in Blueberry

  • I love the way she interweaves different people's lives and stories, gradually revealing incidents, emotions and memories.

    Readers recommend their favourite books of 2010

  • Coppola skillfully interweaves two fascinating periods in history: the actual birth of organized crime as immigrants swelled our shores in the early 1900s, and the challenging period of the 1950s, when the Mafia became too big and prosperous not to be noticed.

    John Farr: Actor's Actor: A Birthday Salute to Robert Duvall

  • The remainder of the film builds towards a peculiar crescendo that interweaves the utterly inexplicable nature of the universe (or, if you prefer, "God"), Jewish American culture in the late 1960s/early 1970s, the story of Job, a sort of anti-nostalgia, the inscrutability of mankind, and an almost Fortean spite for anything like comprehension.

    "I see a door, holes in the floor."

  • She reveals intimate secrets and offers an unflinching look at family issues once considered unspeakable as she interweaves two fascinating coming-of-age storiesone of a small child, and one of a nation.

    First Darling of the Morning by Thrity Umrigar: Book summary

  • Morton skillfully interweaves the different periods in which the novel is set, maintaining pace throughout.

    The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton: Book summary

  • Many are clueless about how life in today's world interweaves with the dysfunctions or family conflicts that patients bring with them into their adult lives.

    Douglas LaBier: When Psychotherapists Fail to Help: Here's Why

  • The choreography, by Naomi Goldberg Haas, playfully interweaves the marionettes' movements with those of the dancing puppeteers who double for their characters, so the puppets sometimes seem to fly—as does time.

    Golem Comes to Life

  • The author interweaves these life stories with a narration of the escalating war between France and Britain, and between colonists and natives, for the control of the Ohio and Susquehanna valleys during the 1750s and 1760s.

    How the East Was Won


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