In the composition, the elements of concertato and imitative techniques interfuse
In Edwin Morgan's estimation, the poem "evokes in a masterly way the disturbing power of memory to interfuse
with the present." (5)
If the different flow fronts have cooled before meeting, they don't interfuse
well and can cause a weakness in the molded part.
(15:13-14) In terms of the syntactical patterns and the unities of the poems, the conjunctive adverb "When" that starts the adverbial time clauses three times in Sonnet 12, and twice in Sonnet 15, also serves as a coherent and bridging transition that helps interfuse
the first parts of the poems to the second parts.
"The continued focus on increasing staff paired with mass retirements and virtually non-existent industry unemployment will only further interfuse
an already challenging recruiting environment."
The company offers products such as interfuse
S implants, interfuse
T implants and motion preservation systems.
or a fine Sad memory, with thy songs to interfuse
? A shade, in which to sing ...
What Else is done is skillfully interfuse
her family history and life with a parallel parabola of cooking.
Landscapes of the outer world interfuse
as one with the contours of his mind and spirit.
For now, as for all the recorded past, languages are able to cross-pollinate, and as they do so the achievements, visions, philosophies and memories of different cultures interfuse
, enriching our expressive resources and making our experience more intricate." Might Hitchings be a multicukuralist in descriptivist's clothing.; Or does one position lead naturally, even inexorably, into the other?
Froma Zeitlin's "Religion" asks: "Is there...any intrinsic relationship between the erotic and the sacred, the sexual and the spiritual, the carnal and the transcendent, whereby literal and metaphorical levels may change places or interfuse
with one another?" [p.