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in ter play

  • n  reciprocal action and reaction

  • Why critics are taking note: Fleming is renowned for deceptively simple, multipart desserts that rely on seasonal ingredients and the subtle interplay of temperatures, textures and .
  • Both Neylan and Bradley say the research underscores the powerful interplay between childhood trauma, genes and mental health.
  • Deciphering the interplay between Brown and Chertoff was key objective for the Senators.
News & Articles

  • Inside Sandy Hook School: Six Months Later
    A Special Report Coming Sunday It's been a half year since the tragedy. In those six months, as the world's attention has shifted elsewhere, life inside the substitute Sandy Hook school in Monroe has been a close interplay of students and teachers learning a new normal.        
    June 14, 2013 - Hartford Courant
  • U.S. Jobs Report, Monetary Policy, and Gold
    The interplay between the jobs report and monetary policy is a critical factor in understanding the gold market.        
    June 13, 2013 - The Motley Fool
  • Interplay retrieves Freespace IP from THQ for $7,500
    Freespace , the interstellar combat series developed by Volition and published by Interplay, is now back in Interplay's library, fully and officially , following a stint at THQ. Interplay paid $7,500 to snag the Freespace rights in a THQ bankruptcy sale this month. THQ was bound to find some emotionally rich items in the back corners of its closet eventually - but Freespace wasn't going to save ...
    June 10, 2013 - Joystiq

  • Tom Vilsack in Guardian Unlimited
    People want to see Mrs. Obama, they want to see Mrs. Edwards. They want to see the team,said former Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack, who co-chairs the Clinton campaign. "He's a terrific surrogate, she's a great candidate, and we'll see an interplay...
  • David Hartsuch in FOXNews
    I think those individuals don't understand the interplay between the two,Hartsuch said. "Liberal social policies yield a great negative impact on our fiscal policy."
  • Kate Barker in Bloomberg
    Kate Barker, a policy maker at the central bank, said Feb. 19 that she's most concerned about "the interplay between the property market and the financial sector resulting from the credit turmoil."

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