Provocative Israeli measures and threats to intrude
in Al-Aqsa had caused
Brick's understated semi-voiced reading does not intrude
on the story line.
Summary: North Korea has threatened military action if the South intrudes
into its territorial waters.
An extruded rubber member having a cross-section in which a portion of a second unvulcanized rubber intrudes
between portions of a first unvulcanized rubber is formed by extrusion.
The book isn't perfect, and there are moments where the narrator's voice intrudes
on (and thus takes away from) the story.
He seems to be a nice guy, but his camera intrudes
into a lot of places because of the twins."
Less a character than a dea ex machina, Amber ruthlessly intrudes
upon the family.
In one instance, Loren spends a day wandering with his cousin Eli, a beautiful, tough boy with a slender back and a wild honesty, whom Loren admires because he "could walk shirtless across open fields without shame." In contrast to such passages, which portray the tender interiority of Loren's life, the narrator, Luther, intrudes
only occasionally into the text and thus remains somewhat extraneous to the story.
In Tumlir's essay titled "Uta Barth: Figures of Stasis and Flux," he writes, "By purging her pictures of their ostensible subjects, [Barth] has sought to redirect our attention to a kind of perceptual noise, that which intrudes
all around: in the setting, the outlying objects, the air." In this "purging" of the subject, Barth's art photographs are quintessentially postmodern.
At one point in the narrative the authorial voice intrudes
to express her support for Margaret.
Although the story is very dramatic and the editor suggests, "Nothing even approaching the routine intrudes
into this symphony," the first movement is rather repetitive, and the secondo part in particular is not especially inventive or interesting.
Ward, a 68-year-old demented man, hits out when someone intrudes
into his space.