Each step of the retreat was accompanied by a complicated interplay
of interests, arguments, and passions at headquarters.
We toiled hard and suffered greatly, filled the gaps in our ranks and went on, and through all the labour and the play and interplay
of life and death we found time to laugh and love.
He had accepted the world as the world, but now he was comprehending the organization of it, the play and interplay
of force and matter.
He cannot comprehend another's infinity; he is conscious only of his own--flying sunbeam, falling rose, pebble that asks for one quiet plunge below the fretting interplay
of space and time.
A strange persuasion came upon me, that, save for the grossness of the line, the grotesqueness of the forms, I had here before me the whole balance of human life in miniature, the whole interplay
of instinct, reason, and fate in its simplest form.
of ideas and the oblique uses of knowledge are often of extraordinary interest.
between vitamin [B.sub.6] and homocysteine isn't fully understood, he says.
He was a brilliant character dancer, sometimes looking oddly like the young Leonide Massine, and I shall always remember him in the title role of Petrouchka (he was actually the first Petrouchka I ever saw--Michael Kidd was the second!--and he remains one of the best) and as a gum-chewing Hermes in David Lichine's Helen of Troy (1942), as well as inimitably in his own ballets Fancy Free (1944) and Interplay
Viewed from a distance, the constantly changing interplay
between the disparate elements of the superstructure is held together by the discipline of the podium.
The image/text interplay
seems to propose the following admonition: You cannot name me, and therefore you cannot anchor me to a predetermined social or psychological type.
The confusing interplay
of nitric oxide and aggression doesn't end there.
However varied physically, the seven dancers who work with Zappala on a regular basis succeed in achieving a significant degree of stylistic cohesion owing to their harmonious interplay
. Manuela Maugeri, Kia Gustafson, and Ernesto Forni were especially notable.