interknit


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That is to say, the director had to set up some events to develop and then interknit the major storylines at the same time.
These tough, interknit fibers provide structural strength and racking resistance for exterior stud walls.
A social network includes a large number of players and a structure of interknit relationships; at the same time, leaders could be viewed as "opinion brokers" who carry information across the social boundaries between groups (Burt, 1999).