Those who have interacted with him describe him as brusque, eccentric, clenched.
I watched him on set, saw the way he interacted with adults and with his castmates.
These monomers gradually combined and interacted with the environment at various points—shorelines, etc.—forming a “soup.”
I interacted with him every day during the eight months of the Libyan war.
It was amazing to see how he interacted with his children in the visiting room.
In all these places they interacted with and could trace kinship bilaterally to the unmounted, more permanent inhabitants.
He and his times had interacted one upon the other to a remarkably even degree.
Neither attitude can be conceived as primary or dominant; they have interacted throughout the history of mankind.