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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of intertwingle.
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Hale-Evans comes across as an author with exactly this kind of intertwingled sense of humour.
All share this densely intertwingled filamental structure.
If not, then we should talk so you can explain it to me, because it all looks pretty tangly and intertwingled to me.
I'm a bit usure of what SqlServer applications I have installed (as they are intertwingled with the Aps. Net stuff somewhat).
Terry Olkin also briefly displayed a super-detailed object model diagram (one I'm sure easily gets into the braincramp complexity range, when the various adapters and interfaces are included) -- the Beehive model appears to be very deep and intertwingled.
The Googles, and don't care that their on - and offline lives are hopelessly intertwingled. "