One purported fan blogged a review calling the interlude “an interminable and sanctimonious speech.”
The cops subsequently pulled the surveillance camera footage and noted the interlude in minutest detail.
The interlude between sharing him with an adoring cooking class and retreating to our cottage was simmering fork play.
“It can be an interlude which changes the present dialogue about the momentum of the campaign,” Jamieson added.
Imagine an interlude here for fireworks, followed by pertinent questions.
The interlude of fever had changed his views and enlarged his consciousness.
All this is an interlude between greater and grimmer things.
In an interlude of their over-night discussion Barbara had asked him to lunch with her.
After an interlude of confused congratulations I turned to give thanks—far more than thanks—to Francisco Moreno.
This was but an interlude in which man could ask of man, "What next?"