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By then enough of the worlds should have reached maturity to offer some hope of peaceful interpenetration.
VICTORYLESTER DEL REY
Flannery had almost hoped that it would be O'Neill who would handle the problem of cultural interpenetration.
VICTORYLESTER DEL REY
In order to form a rigid and stable whole, the several faces must be allied by reciprocal interpenetration at the angles.
We meet as water meets water, or as two currents of air mix, with perfect diffusion and interpenetration of nature.
ESSAYS, FIRST SERIESRALPH WALDO EMERSON
At his porch appears the first French arch of double curvature, the earliest interpenetration of archivolts.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
Routine specialization always works against interpenetration.
They are capable of contraction, of dilation, of partial interpenetration and distortion, but never of dissolution.
My life is part of an organic Whole whose ultimate meaning and purpose is personal relationship—interpenetration.
BEAUTY AND THE BEASTSTEWART A. MCDOWALL
"The interpenetration of man's three bodies is expressed in many ways through his threefold nature," my great guru went on.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
We know a thing only by uniting with it; by assimilating it; by an interpenetration of it and ourselves.
PRACTICAL MYSTICISMEVELYN UNDERHILL

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