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No German, at that time, had caught and understood the interweaving of the forest boughs 182 with such intimate familiarity.
THE HISTORY OF MODERN PAINTING, VOLUME 1 (OF 4)RICHARD MUTHER
There is an interacting and interweaving of the facts and principles.
COLLEGES IN AMERICAJOHN MARSHALL BARKER
The harmonies, indeed, were the accidents of the interweaving of melodies.
HOW TO LISTEN TO MUSIC, 7TH ED.HENRY EDWARD KREHBIEL
I have consulted convenience of reference in interweaving the alphabetical index with the context.
DDERLEIN'S HAND-BOOK OF LATIN SYNONYMESLUDWIG DDERLEIN
The ever finer spinning of the threads secures an ever closer, subtler interweaving.
FEMINISM AND SEX-EXTINCTIONARABELLA KENEALY
This condition of things was further strengthened by the unavoidable interweaving at that time of politics with religion.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE -- VOLUME 55, NO. 340, FEBRUARY, 1844VARIOUS
And how is this situation brought about but by the most intricate interweaving of a story of brightness with a story of trouble?
SHAKESPEARE AS A DRAMATIC ARTISTRICHARD G. MOULTON
His polyphonic style and interweaving themes demand close study in order to make the meaning clear.
VIOLIN MASTERYFREDERICK H. MARTENS
It admitted, however, of great varieties, and was generally more complex in its interweaving of rhymes.
SKETCHES AND STUDIES IN ITALY AND GREECE, SECOND SERIESJOHN ADDINGTON SYMONDS
He did not, however, refrain from accentuating his view of the story by interweaving in it some gracious figures of his own.
ROBERT BROWNINGC. H. HERFORD

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