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  1. I interlace my fingers with his.
  2. Interlace your fingers behind your head and place your elbows out at the sides.
  3. He stopped running, and when I told him to drop to the ground and interlace his hands behind his neck, he did it.
  4. He takes my other hand in his and our fingers interlace, and for a moment I close my eyes and then I exhale slowly.
  5. I kissed her on her mouth and our tongues started to tangle, to interlace, to taste, to explore without the slightest hesitation.

  6. I like how his hand rests on the small of my back, how his fingers interlace with mine, and how his breath breezes across the top of my head.
  7. Simply stated, the bridge manifests mighty forces of Nature, for the winds and the waters of the seas interlace as the only architects to sculpture that famous bridge.
  8. This is the case with the forest: at first there are only birch-trees, then hazel, and so on; first all the trees grow straight, and afterwards they interlace their branches.
  9. Innumerable little streams overlap and interlace one with another, exhibiting a sort of hybrid product, which obeys half way the law of currents, and half way that of vegetation.
  10. This does with that the organizations interlace its tasks in a plot of activities that occurs inside of other organizations to avoid that any organization accomplishes an activity that is not its.
  11. Exactly the same thing happens with the forest,—in the first place, there were only bitch-trees, then came brush-wood and hazel-bushes; at first all grow erect, then they interlace their branches.
  1. I had flashes of his fingers interlacing with mine.
  2. He glances at my hand on his, and smiles, interlacing our fingers before raising them to his chest.
  3. At the top, as high as Gandalf could reach, was an arch of interlacing letters in an Elvish character.
  4. Here and there in the clear space, trees had taken hold, spreading their interlacing roots into the swampy soil.
  5. They picked a way among the trees, and their ponies plodded along, carefully avoiding the many writhing and interlacing roots.
  6. He was seated on an old-fashioned oaken chair, wriggling all over with curious carving; and the bottom of which was formed of a stout interlacing of the same elastic stuff of which the wigwam was constructed.
  7. From the top of Krista’s shoulders down to the cheeks of her bottom was a latticework of thin white scars interlacing back and forth across her back that stood out whiter than the already white caste of her skin.
  8. The direct fall of gravity down the pass sides, and a reduction in sluice size, aided the higher pressure of the fluid as it shot out into the pass forming interlacing arcs of fluid across it over thirty feet into the air.
  9. In the background fire could be seen interlacing across the sky all around the ship’s hull, as the very air was lit up by the flames of the tannin, who were landing on the enemy craft and ripping them apart with talon and fang.
  10. Interlacing cannon fire of thousands upon thousands of shells chased me in hot pursuit down the hall back to the kitchen, as the armor piercing rounds punched through the thickly insulated walls of the house as if they were made of butter.
  11. One looked again, and beheld on the wall facing the door a quadrangular hole, about a foot square, with a grating of interlacing iron bars, black, knotted, solid, which formed squares—I had almost said meshes—of less than an inch and a half in diagonal length.
  12. The thick vegetation met overhead, interlacing into a natural pergola, and through this tunnel of verdure in a golden twilight flowed the green, pellucid river, beautiful in itself, but marvelous from the strange tints thrown by the vivid light from above filtered and tempered in its fall.
  13. There was nothing so very particular, perhaps, about the appearance of the elderly man I saw; he was brown and brawny, like most old seamen, and heavily rolled up in blue pilot-cloth, cut in the Quaker style; only there was a fine and almost microscopic net-work of the minutest wrinkles interlacing round his eyes, which must have arisen from his continual sailings in many hard gales, and always looking to windward;—for this causes the muscles about the eyes to become pursed together.
  1. And interlaced them together.
  2. It’s interlaced with everything you need to.
  3. More mud on the levee, more willows interlaced.
  4. Elon’s palm was an interlaced web of old scars.
  5. Big branches interlaced overhead to form a ceiling.
  6. Zem and Bev held hands with their fingers interlaced.
  7. At the wall, reached a few seconds later, Mick interlaced his.
  8. Their fingers interlaced naturally as if they had been together their entire lives.
  9. He folded his hands across his lap, fingers interlaced as though he relished this moment.
  10. Inside the walls of the house were dozens of shiny metallic structures interlaced at odd angles.
  11. There were several deep interlaced cracks on the forehead that looked carved rather than natural.
  12. Besides incorporating a very advanced symbology and a difficult code interlaced with a series of.
  13. They came upon a hut that was walled with coconut planks and roofed with interlaced coconut leaves.
  14. Fingers interlaced behind his head, he stared without seeing across the beach to the wide sea beyond.
  15. I tugged off Joe’s boxers, interlaced my fingers through his, pressed his hands against the pillows.
  16. It had no design of a nose, and its mouth was interlaced teeth and a lower jaw that stemmed to a long chin.
  17. Interlaced with grief comes an intense experience of anger, which is an indispensable stage in this process.
  18. His hands were clothed in pink medical gloves, and the fingers of the hands he had interlaced and on his lap.
  19. He leaned forward and interlaced his fingers underneath his chin as he always did when he was deep in his thoughts.
  20. It became infectious and they faced one other, their fingers interlaced, laughing until tears rolled down their cheeks.
  21. She hadn’t taken off her headdress, even to cook, and now she sat forward and interlaced her fingers and watched us eat.
  22. Don Hilario! he cried, raising black-gloved fists to the patches of sky visible through interlaced branches overhead.
  23. Chin just sat there, leaning back in his leather office chair with his fingers interlaced, twiddling his thumbs over his chest.
  24. He trotted into the house with the wood and interlaced it so carefully in the wood-box that two armloads seemed to fill it to overflowing.
  25. And by thinking with hatred, what I am thinking is a truth that is interlaced with a lie, because hatred immediately transforms truth into a lie.
  26. The roof was made of the interlaced sprays of the yew tree, stiff twigs twisted in and out, over and under, hard as ice and set with dull red berries.
  27. The lawn was wide and green with thick clover and bordering it was a straggling, unkempt privet hedge, interlaced with sweet-smelling honeysuckle vines.
  28. His tone remained light, and as if unaware of his presence she stood motionless, her hands clasped lightly, the fan hanging down from her interlaced fingers.
  29. He was standing in the cool granary, still fragrant with the leaves of the hazel branches interlaced on the freshly peeled aspen beams of the new thatch roof.
  30. The static slowly started to connect, much like an interlaced image appears on a computer monitor, leaving behind an image that appeared to be in solid 3D format.
  31. It certainly is, however, with this secondary silica that the original sand has become a building stone, and the particles have become interlaced and bound together.
  32. They usually consist of bands of chalcedony and quartz, and sometimes of the latter only, variously striped or spotted, or interlaced with jasper, carnelian, and cacholong.
  33. She heard his footsteps walking away, down the hallway, and she curled up on the floor, her knees near her chest, her hands interlaced over the back of her cruelly throbbing head.
  34. It was often characterized as a theory of probable events based off of tidbits of facts of interlaced stories to show meaningful conclusions of the past, present, and possible future.
  35. On the undersides of his eyelids he sees the interlaced ironwork of Zollverein, the fire-breathing mills, men teeming out of elevator shafts like ants, the mouth of Pit Nine, where his father was lost.
  36. In the silence that followed, I watched my son’s head twist toward Nana Mama, who’d cradled her chin in her interlaced wrinkled fingers and watched him as if she were magically summoning his attention.
  37. On the deck of the ship, Leonardo and I saw the strong glare of the sun interlaced with the cotton domes that were the clouds and the white wake the boat was leaving when hurting the indigo waters with its bow.
  38. This is similar to the situation when a shadow drawn on the wall seems to you to be a big body or a great monster because you have interlaced your fingers together in some position in front of the light of a candle.
  39. While I was maintaining the girl immobilized, her mouth to the floor with the rigor of all my weight seated on her back supporting her hands interlaced at the height of her coccyx, observed her mouth and bloody hair.
  40. This box was grated, only the grating of it was not of gilded wood, as at the opera; it was a monstrous lattice of iron bars, hideously interlaced and riveted to the wall by enormous fastenings which resembled clenched fists.
  41. And Herr Dremmel and Ingeborg continuing to perambulate the garden slowly, with a frequent readjusting of their steps to each other's--for it is a difficult method, the interlaced one, of getting along a path--the Bishop and Mrs.
  42. The words were encircled by symbols associated with soothsayers and oracles through the ages: a pentalph created with five interlaced A’s, an ankh, a quarter moon encircled by seven stars, the palm of a hand with a single eye gazing out from it.
  43. When we entered the forest, the long arms of the acacias, which were raised on either side of the road and seemed to be hugged in the heights forming a vegetable tunnel, were so thick, so interlaced that looked like a curtain of leaves and branches.
  44. Small and dainty, as if radiating a light of her own in the deep shade of the interlaced boughs, she resembled a good fairy, weary with a long career of well-doing, touched by the withering suspicion of the uselessness of her labours, the powerlessness of her magic.
  45. She sat staring out of the window at the stars and chimney-pots, her hands held tightly in her lap, and told herself that the moment had come for clear, consecutive thought--_consecutive_ thought, she repeated severely, aware already of the interlaced dancing going on in her brain.
  46. He could no longer walk round his own garden without meeting an interlaced couple; and though he suggested to Herr Dremmel with what he felt was really admirable self-restraint that these public endearments might give rise to comment, Herr Dremmel merely replied that as Ingeborg was his _Braut_ it ought to give rise to much more comment, even to justifiable complaints, if his manner to her were less warm.
  47. But they seldom mentioned that around the Puget Sound acreage generally came with stumps—hundreds of stumps per acre—each of which had to be pulled or dug or dynamited out of the earth; nor did they mention that the underlying soil was glacial till, hard-packed clay interlaced with stones; nor that the climate was cool and gray, not suited for growing the kinds of crops that had long sustained the people of the American Midwest.
  48. Torrents of text conversations, tides of cell conversations, of television programs, of e-mail, vast networks of fiber and wire interlaced above and beneath the city, passing through buildings, arcing between transmitters in Metro tunnels, between antennas atop buildings, from lampposts with cellular transmitters in them, commercials for Carrefour and Evian and prebaked toaster pastries flashing into space and back to earth again, I’m going to be late and Maybe we should get reservations? and Pick up avocados and What did he say? and ten thousand I miss yous, fifty thousand I love yous, hate mail and appointment reminders and market updates, jewelry ads, coffee ads, furniture ads flying invisibly over the warrens of Paris, over the battlefields and tombs, over the Ardennes, over the Rhine, over Belgium and Denmark, over the scarred and ever-shifting landscapes we call nations.
  1. This aqueduct of the sewer is formidable; it interlaces in a dizzy fashion.
  2. Then, still gazing at him, the scribe interlaces their fingers together and brings up his hand to his lips for a moment.

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