# interspace

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## in·ter·space

(ĭn′tər-spās′)
tr.v. in·ter·spaced, in·ter·spac·ing, in·ter·spac·es
To make or occupy a space between.
n. (ĭn′tər-spās′)
A space between two things; an interval.

## interspace

vb
(tr) to make or occupy a space between
n
space between or among things

## in•ter•space

(n. ˈɪn tərˌspeɪs; v. ˌɪn tərˈspeɪs)

n., v. -spaced, -spac•ing. n.
1. a space between things; interval.
v.t.
2. to put a space between.
3. to occupy or fill the space between.
[1400–50]

## interspace

Past participle: interspaced
Gerund: interspacing

Imperative
interspace
interspace
Present
I interspace
you interspace
he/she/it interspaces
we interspace
you interspace
they interspace
Preterite
I interspaced
you interspaced
he/she/it interspaced
we interspaced
you interspaced
they interspaced
Present Continuous
I am interspacing
you are interspacing
he/she/it is interspacing
we are interspacing
you are interspacing
they are interspacing
Present Perfect
I have interspaced
you have interspaced
he/she/it has interspaced
we have interspaced
you have interspaced
they have interspaced
Past Continuous
I was interspacing
you were interspacing
he/she/it was interspacing
we were interspacing
you were interspacing
they were interspacing
Past Perfect
Future
I will interspace
you will interspace
he/she/it will interspace
we will interspace
you will interspace
they will interspace
Future Perfect
I will have interspaced
you will have interspaced
he/she/it will have interspaced
we will have interspaced
you will have interspaced
they will have interspaced
Future Continuous
I will be interspacing
you will be interspacing
he/she/it will be interspacing
we will be interspacing
you will be interspacing
they will be interspacing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been interspacing
you have been interspacing
he/she/it has been interspacing
we have been interspacing
you have been interspacing
they have been interspacing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been interspacing
you will have been interspacing
he/she/it will have been interspacing
we will have been interspacing
you will have been interspacing
they will have been interspacing
Past Perfect Continuous
Conditional
I would interspace
you would interspace
he/she/it would interspace
we would interspace
you would interspace
they would interspace
Past Conditional
I would have interspaced
you would have interspaced
he/she/it would have interspaced
we would have interspaced
you would have interspaced
they would have interspaced
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## interspace

noun
A space or interval between objects or points:
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This is only a record of broken and apparently unrelated memories, some of them as distinct and sequent as brilliant beads upon a thread, others remote and strange, having the character of crimson dreams with interspaces blank and black--witch-fires glowing still and red in a great desolation.
This wall was adorned, at regular interspaces, by square towers of white marble; the lowest sixty, and the highest one hundred and twenty cubits- in height.
The colourless clearness that comes after the sunset flush was darkling; the blue sky above grew momentarily deeper, and the little stars one by one pierced the attenuated light; the interspaces of the trees, the gaps in the further vegetation, that had been hazy blue in the daylight, grew black and mysterious.
The wood is alive with them, and full of confused noises: the occasional rattle of wheels as a battery of artillery goes into position to cover the advance; the hum and murmur of the soldiers talking; a sound of innumerable feet in the dry leaves that strew the interspaces among the trees; hoarse commands of officers.
Then the new molecular philosophy shows astronomical interspaces betwixt atom and atom, shows that the world is all outside; it has no inside.
Tess sat up in bed, lost in a vague interspace between a dream and this information.
The answer, as I believe, is, that mammals have not been able to migrate, whereas some plants, from their varied means of dispersal, have migrated across the vast and broken interspace.
Implants were at costal interspaces just caudal to the caudal edge of the rib near the intercostal nerve and approximately 1 cm deep (Figure 1).
The hard sub-layer acts as the nip, while the softer top layer pushes into the fabric interspaces, where water droplets gather.
Colour in life (Figs 1-3) and in preservation: white to pale, overlain on head, trunk and tail with about 50 or more brown saddles, extending from base of dorsal fin to ventral edge of flank (many saddles incomplete, some irregular, and all wider than pale interspaces, meeting along ventral surface posterior to anus); snout, chin, and anterior nostrils markedly white; eye within brown mask, followed by two diagonal bands and several eye-sized brown spots; throat and anteroventral trunk region overlain with several eye-sized brown spots; pectoral fins pale; median fin margins pale, brown body saddles extending onto base of dorsal fins; tail tip pale.

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