What is the meaning of these intercalated glacial accumulations?
This month Uayeb consists of the five intercalated days only.
The list, therefore, begins anew with the intercalated month.
Some authors have pretended that he intercalated more; but this is the truth.
To provide for the six additional hours of the year, they intercalated twelve and a half days every fifty-two years.
But in beds of a blue clay, intercalated with the sandstone, we find fossils in abundance, of a character less obscure.
Thus, after intercalating in year one, they intercalated again in year four, instead of in year five.
Much pyroclastic rock and some lava flows are intercalated amongst the Welsh Cambrian sediments.
Censorinus, adopting this view, finds that Csar intercalated 90 days in the year 708.
We come now to a chapter of comments, intercalated between two sufficiently memorable “fancies.”
intercalated in·ter·ca·lat·ed (ĭn-tûr'kə-lā'tĭd)
Inserted between two others; interposed.