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  • s  caught as if in a mesh
  • s  (used of toothed parts or gears) interlocked and interacting
    intermeshed twin rotors

  • Historicus puts his heaviest stress on Stalin's use of fixed theory right along with and intermeshed with shifting tactics.
  • That vast, delicate, intermeshed mechanism has been producing about 15% war goods, 85% peacetime goods.
  • The seven German divisions in NATO, says Strauss, are intermeshed "like a Zipper" along the theoretical line of battle with British, Dutch, American and French divisions.

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