Example sentences for: intertwined

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  • More precisely, he's a "pretribulational dispensationalist," an unwieldy label that refers to two separate but intertwined beliefs that were popularized in the early 1800s by John Nelson Darby, an English minister and a special sort of screwball genius whose ideas later spread to America.

  • The one shocker in the book is the revelation of Eisner's heart-and-soul belief that those who criticize Disney simply don't understand it and that "the company's good is unquestionably, inextricably intertwined with the larger social good" (Richard Schickel, the Los Angeles Times ). (For the biography of another "awkward, toothy, curious, and good-spirited Everyman" at Disney, read Goofy's official bio.

  • Emergent political parties in Jacksonian America were intertwined with the federal postal system.

  • The textile and apparel industries have often been intertwined in public policy discussions about international trade, the Uruguay round of trade negotiations, the role of World Trade Organization, NAFTA and its labor side-accords, the renewal of fast-track negotiating authority, imports from China and human rights standards, and so on.

  • Farther north, in a working class neighborhood on the rising slope of the hills behind Gràcia, Parc Guëll, another wildly ambitious Gaudí project, is a residential community completely intertwined with nature.


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