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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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In contrast, although some models predicting the Interspersion Juxtaposition Index and the Shannon's Evenness Index were statistically significant (p < 0.
This constant shifting, and the interspersion of self-reflection on research methods (".
Chicks follow their mother to summer range consisting of an interspersion of sagebrush stands and forb-rich areas, including wet meadows and riparian areas (Connelly 1999).
Petter adds a further objection--the interspersion of political responsibility has the effect of fragmenting democratic energies: "[t]he result is to require those advocating a particular reform to fight a battle on two fronts.
Pheasants and fragmentation: positive effects of landscape interspersion.
Mini-biographies of the contributors are provided at the end of this gracefully presented interspersion of essays, photos, and poetry for all who would be more attentive to the divine presence in unexpected places.
The interspersion of paraphrases amidst material, for there are no original page references, leads to disorientation and a loss of context.
It follows the interspersion of sound/silence presented earlier (with the exception of the silence of 7.
The layout alone, with its interspersion of winds and strings, may startle those accustomed to modem operatic scores: the first page of the overture, for example, has eight staves, with parts for (reading from top to bottom) `Hautbois 1', `Hautbois 2', `Violins 1', `Violins 2', `Cors 1', `Cors 2', `Parties' and-on a single staff--`Bassons, Basses, et Basse continue'.
They designed the wetlands to provide a good growth of submerged, emergent, and mud flat vegetation; to create a scattered pattern of plant communities; to provide good interspersion of water areas with emergent vegetation to promote the habitat necessary for aquatic insect production and suitable nesting for birds; to create native wet prairie and sedge meadow to provide a vegetative fuel matrix that could be easily burned; and to provide scattered, open water areas that would be wet year round.
Interspersion was carried out by grouping the populations by replicate number and handling these as blocks.