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intersperse

verb diffuse, disseminate, distribute, immiscere, interfuse, interlard, intermingle, interpenetrate, interpose, interweave, mix, pepper, put beeween, scatter, shake, sprinkle, work in
See also: diffuse, disperse, dissolve
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However, management of suitable vegetation-water interspersion in such water areas may be complicated by plant dominants such as cattail (Typha spp.
Upgraded support for GDB/MI mixed-code disassembly and interspersion of disassembled code with sources is included and improved multi-language debug support for C and Ada code are also provided to speed cross language test cycles.
Even-aged regeneration of hardwoods followed clearcutting with interspersion of uncut drainages resulting in a mosaic of young and more mature hardwoods (Peters et al.
The beautiful Georgian architecture is a draw in itself but as important is the interspersion of creative enterprises that are making their home in the once neglected parts of this city centre quarter.
Spatial configuration metrics: Four different measures belong to this group: the homer length index, contagion, interspersion and juxtaposition index (IJI), and lacunarity analysis.
In summer, there is greater use by cows of wet lowlands and softwoods, hardwood-dominated cut areas, and mixedwood and softwood with canopy closure ranging from 0 to 60%, aquatic areas and licks, residual stands, areas with dense to moderate overstory for hiding and cover, and an interspersion of food and cover in proximity to water (Leptich 1986, Thompson 1987, Miller 1989, Brannen 2004).
As for remaining themes, they are emphasized, in turn, by their interspersion with the novelist's trademark historical asides.
serpentina and Chrysemys picta marginata, which benefit from the interspersion of open water and emergent marsh.
The amount of edge habitat available on a landscape scale is sensitive to both patch size and the level of interspersion between patch types (Franklin and Forman 1987).
1992) and the degree of interspersion of different habitat components that can meet these needs (LeResche 1974).
Unlike many spatial indices used in landscape ecology such as contagion, dominance, and interspersion, the three fractal measurement methods and the spatial autocorrelation statistics implemented in ICAMS can be applied directly to unclassified images.
Animal trails were not encountered in harvested stands of the clearcut area where these relatively new, ephemeral shrublands tended to have greater interspersion of shrubs and herbs.