Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
However, we did certain things very well, and legal entwining was occasionally discussed.
The UK system is distinguished by a particular entwining of powers.
I heard an entwining of sound.
Elephant mating rituals include the gentle entwining of trunks.
There was sudden movement, an entwining of sinew and muscle and bone, like snakes moving.
The rest of the heavy mass he had coaxed into an intricate entwining of braids on the top of her head.
The Hancocks frequently perform together on the concert circuit, sometimes playing duets that, as he describes them, can entail repeated entwining of arms and feet.
(An archaeological aside: The entwining of Bible, printing press, and popular literacy reveals itself in a curious fact from the New World.
The Clinton administration and European aid donors enthusiastically promoted the entwining of the two economies, bankrolling joint industrial projects and investment schemes.
Its entwining, random-numerical melodies reminded him of the physical unreality of this place and helped him to suppress his overpowering urge to flee.
Luke felt the quick entwining of her fingers with his, the warm press of her palm against his, with an acuteness sharp enough to worry him.
The bourgeois public sphere was transformed into a world marked by increasing re-integration and entwining of state and society which resulted in the modern social welfare state.
The concert was described by Ed Vulliamy of The Observer as "a launch event for the entwining of the music and politics of the 1960s".
This entwining of black and Irish goes right back to Doyle's first novel, "The Commitments," in which a group of Dublin musicians make a brief name for themselves as a soul band.
The rings are then placed on the ring fingers of the right hands of the bride and groom by the best man (koumbaro), who exchanges them three times between the couple, symbolizing the entwining of two into one.
But the entwining of Terry's quest - which leads him to a sadly ironic fulfillment of his dearest dream - with Robert's pursuit of Sarah, during which he becomes her dream partner, may befuddle even the most alert reader.
Depending upon the geometry of the two structures that make contact and whether or not both ends of a given structure are prevented from rotating, contact results in either entwining of the two, or supercoiling that gives rise to a ball-like form consisting of both partners.
Faradh'im whispered on the light, and merchants gossiped at the Fair, And Princes frowned in warning dire at Kierst's colossal dare: A Sunrunner, with rings of gold and rings of silver shining, Kierst's Princess she would surely be, her powers his entwining.
David Searle (registered August 31) Searle, who describes himself as a Red Tory, and also ran for council in the 2003 municipal election and opposes the intwining of church and state.