Recent Examples of interstitial from the Web
An interstitial mechanical floor was removed from the project’s original plan.
In one of the special's interstitial scenes, Seinfeld sits among pages and pages of the jokes—laid out to fully cover a Manhattan side street—that he's written on legal-size paper and kept in the same folder since the 1970s.
Many women suffer from invisible chronic diseases — from fibromyalgia to vulvodynia to interstitial cystitis to migraine — that have historically been seen as psychosomatic and remain poorly understood.
In 2009, Amanda Jantzi weaned herself off opioids by switching to the more expensive Lyrica to treat the pain associated with interstitial cystitis, a chronic bladder condition.
I was finally diagnosed four years later with the incurable bladder condition interstitial cystitis (IC).
The interstitial music in Hulsker’s sound design is particularly well chosen, with angelic wordless vocalizations over increasingly tense background rhythms.
These include analysing sweat or the interstitial fluid located a few micrometres below the skin’s surface (above the pain-causing nerves).
Some of the most striking parts of this wonderful book are interstitial sections of personal testimony concerning various events and situations.
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First Known Use of interstitial
medical Definition of interstitial
- interstitial hepatitis
- interstitial pregnancy
interstitiallyplay \-ə-lē\ adverb
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