interlude


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Synonyms for interlude

Synonyms for interlude

an intervening period or episode

a brief show (music or dance etc) inserted between the sections of a longer performance

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perform an interlude

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The interludes develop these concerns about continuance and hybridity when the light, upon invading the domestic space of the house in the fourth interlude, creates ambiguity and monstrosity: "A jar was so green that the eye seemed sucked up through a funnel by its intensity and stuck to it like a limpet" (110).
Interlude Danger Devils fire display team (15 mins).
When it comes to the types of materials used, "most anything goes," said Bourne of Interlude Home.
launched a new fragrance named Provocative Interlude in March 2006.
During this interlude, the cricket makes an attractive target for frogs, fish, and other predators.
Each year, the members of the Chicago Printing Ink Production Club (CPIPC) celebrate the winter months with its annual Winter Interlude, an opportunity to share an evening complete with dinner and dancing, awards and friendship.
The remaining two songs are musical interludes-Apology, described in the liner notes as "a lil' roundance moment" by Marc Longjohn of the Young Scouts, and Ahaso, a hauntingly eerie interlude by Mils, Eekwol's producer and brother.
During the brief interlude, he remembered the box and decided to retrieve it to see what, if anything, it might contain.
After a brief historical overview of the history, function, and development of the genre of the orchestral interlude in opera over the centuries, from its entr'acte origins to its organic place in the Wagnerian music dramas, Morris discusses readings of specific orchestral interludes written between 1850 and 1922 by Wagner, Frederick Delius, Jules Massenet, Richard Strauss, Claude Debussy, Hans Pfitzner, Alban Berg, and Franz Schreker.
Without spoiling Ozon's con game, let's just say that reality and fantasy blur (there's a steamy interlude with Sagnier and a humpy waiter), leading to a near--menage a trois and, finally, to a murder.
He sides in a significant way with another set of writers who view the period from 1943-1975 "as a rather fortunate interlude, a testimony to the resourcefulness and ingenuity of its people" (p.
Some commentators hold that the aporia at the end of the second protreptic interlude of the Euthydemus shows that Socrates' account of wisdom is fatally flawed and must be rejected.
Grosse integrated the architectural details within her overall mark-making process, using the moldings to create an interlude between simpler blocks of color above and more complex combinations of colors and painting techniques below.
In 1874 Adolfo de Castro drew attention for the first time to parallels existing between an anonymous interlude, the "Entremes de los romances," and the first chapters of Don Quijote.
The story largely concerns a missing fifteen-minute interlude in the life of an ordinary, bland, uncontroversial Juttish farmer, Jens Thorstensen, who resides in the rural community of Sem.