- v spin,wind, or twist together
- v hold in a locking position
- s having a pattern of fretwork or latticework
- In order to facilitate broadcasting, those lines were shown "interlaced," like the fingers of two hands coming together.
- It was interlaced in the public's awareness with newspaper coverage of allegations of the mayor's marital infidelities.
- The Sopranos' interlaced plots make Hill Street Blues look like a Barney video.
- Rick Perry in Dallas Morning News
We're not an island,Mr. Perry said. "As strong as our economy is, it's still interlaced with the economies of other states that are in substantially worse condition than we are."
- Doris Leuthard in AllAfrica.com
I tried to portray the things that we know but we can't normally see - so I showed the bones, the veins, the nervous system, and all the interior of the anatomy, but then I interlaced that with the acupuncture meridians and points, the chakras, and... Alex Grey http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alex_Grey&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFT0_G2Sk1oCafLlTc9vMlzPWXrzw RT http://www.google.com/url?q=http://rt.com/prime-time/2010-06-23/international-congress-transpersonal-psychology.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNH9ZDyg5PUDLzpEWnoLv5akJR1lbg Jun 23, 2010
52874 69967 interlaken The Interlaken Conference represents a historic opportunity for the international community to make strategic choices regarding the future management of animal genetic resources and to reach a consensus on priority measures for their sustainable...