Layer up on a suitable tray interlaid
with baking parchment and leave to chill once more in the fridge for about half an hour.
with the informative facts and stories, the authors share quotes from famous people who have previously discussed addiction in music, television, and interviews.
The nuclear battery prototype consisted of 200 diamond converters interlaid
with nickel-63 and stable nickel foil layers (figure 1).
The main island is 72 km long and consists of a series of parallel ridges of erosion-resistant basalts interlaid
with sandstone that creates a series of ridges separated by low-lying, often wet swales.
To learn from others, to circulate news, to cultivate shared sensibilities and form independent habits of thought and, sometimes, by activating and sustaining political opposition and resistance--in all of these ways, pamphlets, flyers, and the day-to-day circuits of oral exchange were interlaid
in working-class development.
But most of these interlaid
vignettes are closeups, magnifications of the richly changeable, sumptuously colorful texture of reality.
A repeated note in an ambiguous rhythm is all of a sudden interlaid
with a fourth, a short melodic passage returns to "incentive serenity".
Giovanni's sartorial choices at the Convocation are important because they provide a model by which to understand her editorial ones: in both her self-presentation and her writing, Giovanni has long interlaid
exhibitionism and self-protective covering.
Throughout, bars of Schoenberg wafted by, expertly interlaid
by Fieldwork both compositionally and improvisationally.
Hip-roofed mounds-earthen barns of black bottom clay still moist, interlaid
with fine white Gulf sands.
INTERSINTERS of powdered metals, while interlaid
, makes cohesive by the combined action of heat and pressure (sinters).