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She asks haunting questions about intoxication, love, grief and more, all while interspersing references to the pop culture that has informed her life, from Twin Peaks to Stevie Nicks.
They intersperse data-driven posts with what they call “SciMom Moments”—funny things their kids say.
To heighten the suspense en route to this outcome — and because these plotlines will ultimately converge — Tresniowski intersperses the roping scenes with key markers of Wells’s rise to prominence.
Her content is often a mix of personal and professional — insights into the life of a high-level college athlete interspersed with dances or pranks.
In recurring historical passages interspersed with the narrator’s own thoughts, she talks about her great-great-great-great-grandfather, John Oxley, a real 19th-century explorer who searched fruitlessly for Australia’s “inland sea.”
Our author is wont to break off suddenly and intersperse his arguments with affectionate words of exhortation.
That a grave historian should intersperse the innumerable trivialities of the Worthies may be only less shocking.
Intersperse the pieces of chicken with layers of paste in square slices.
Some funny incidents too, intersperse themselves from time to time.
LIGE ON THE LINE OF MARCHGLENNA LINDSLEY BIGELOW
These kind of observations you have always wished me to intersperse, as they arise to my thoughts.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 4 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON

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