interlude : Definition, Usages, News and More

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in ter loohd

  • n  an intervening period or episode
  • n  a brief show (music or dance etc) inserted between the sections of a longer performance
  • v  perform an interlude
    The guitar player interluded with a beautiful improvisation

  • Parts of this benefit single have aged poorly specifically, the Quincy Jones fanfare that opens the thing and the Cyndi Lauper shrieking-dolphin interlude.
  • But Hamas was not idle during that interlude.
  • It remains to be seen whether the health bill's numbers have a V-shaped recovery, a U-shaped recovery, or whether this is just a brief interlude before further decline.
News & Articles

  • Don't Miss It: Evening Interlude
    The Kemp at the Forum will fill with the sounds of music and gracious poetry tonight at Evening Interlude, sponsored by Wichita Falls Literature and Art Review.
    June 20, 2013 - Wichita Falls Times Record News
  • Obama arrives for tough G8 summit in Northern Ireland
    President Obama's stop in Belfast on his way to the G8 summit was meant to be a feel-good interlude before tackling disputes over the civil war in Syria and controversy over revelations of US and UK spying at past meetings.
    June 17, 2013 - Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! News

  • Brad Anderson in Retail Week (subscription)
    Anderson said, "I've always wanted to leave the organisation at the right interlude: when I saw a new leader ready to take the organisation to a new level, higher than I could take it myself."
  • Steven Brams in AFP
    They'll obviously want to unify the country, to commemorate this occasion. There'll be no harsh words exchanged if they meet face to face,Brams said. "But this is just an interlude."
  • Mark Thomas in EurekAlert (press release)
    When she died it stalled me. I took a year or so before I could get back into it. The interlude in the middle is a particularly sad melody and is what got me going again. Her spirit is very much in this. It would have been her birthday yesterday,... Paul McCartney,,1880843,00.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHCpWknhwy73PlJuHBV2VydB-mNgg Sep 25, 2006 52903 69989 intermarriage Dr Mark Thomas said: We modelled the Anglo-Saxon and native British populations to see what happened after a small number of Anglo-Saxons invaded. By testing a number of different combinations of ethnic intermarriage rates and the reproductive...

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