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interlace by or as if by weaving

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Browne deftly interweaves the details of Darwin's personal life with the arguments that scientists and theologians waged over his ideas.
He interweaves theories of aesthetics, visual perception, ethics, and sense of place, with geological evolution and human impacts over the ages.
The Last Voyage of the Lucette is the complete and previously untold true story of an event first described by the author's father, Dougal Robertson, in "Survive the Savage Sea." Here, the son interweaves his own perspective--he was eighteen years old at the time--with the original narrative of a harrowing nautical voyage.
Each passage comes to us from a different character and interweaves stories of Holocaust terrorism with today's Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Showing a profound understanding of materials and light, this reinterpretation of the urban terraced house in Manhattan interweaves tradition and the present, and the abstract values of architecture with those of life.
Ward, who wrote this book to give people a genuine view of the Middle East, interweaves his observations with a thorough sense of history and world politics.
LePore interweaves the strands of all these efforts quite skillfully and produces a text that is as entertaining as it is informative.