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There followed an evocative short film that interleaved film clips of Robbins at work, often with his voice-over, with footage of today’s company in revivals.
Such transgressions and regressions mean that marine and terrestrial sediments are interleaved in these mountains, and the marine sediments provided the information needed.
Standing hat-box tall, its rich and fudgy cake layers are interleaved with silken chocolate buttercream and a nubbly-textured almond buttercream with caramelized crisped rice.
The book interleaves stories from her grandparents’ past and from Ausma’s, along with Verzemnieks’s impressions of life in present-day rural Latvia, governed by its traditional rhythms, intricately and spiritually fused with the natural world.
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