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The unkin are fighting for control over all worlds including the Vellum, a reality, unknown to humans, that intertwines with our own.
Fundamental Math intertwines solid pedagogy with graphically rich and engaging activities to motivate student exploration of math concepts.
It intertwines a personal tribute on a sad occasion with a personal memory of the role of Franco Ferraresi in the birth and early years of the institution, and with a memory of its birth which is more substa ntive than archives permit.
Music fans will enjoy the way the author intertwines PIR with Detroit's Motown, Memphis's Stax Volt, and the sounds coming out of Chicago, and Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Irene Radford uses actual historical events and intertwines then with the Pendragon magic to create a fascinating and riveting tale.
The story moves from the present to the past as it intertwines the fascinating history of Harvard with the richly detailed Wedge family.
Powell intertwines anecdotal information about his life experiences throughout the book.
Enchanter, by novelist David Dibble, is a fascinating saga that intertwines, romance, magic, acting, and deceit.
With genius, Fountain intertwines social commentary with his faith journey.
In the substance MOF-9, the metal-organic framework intertwines but still has accessible pores.