Either all Forms admit of intercommunion one with the other.
Remains only the third alternative — that some forms admit of intercommunion — others not.
Travel, reciprocity, "interviewing," intercommunion of lands—what are they but Democracy's and the highest Law's best aids?
All these, and all other savage peoples, believe in a kind of equality and intercommunion among all things animate and inanimate.
But in the former, man ever seeks to attain to this intercommunion of friendship by something that he himself will do for God.
It is, I say, the necessary result of the intercommunion of divine faith and human corruption.
The primitive idea of an altar was a table of intercommunion with God, or with the gods.
Look where we will among the blossoms, we find the same beautiful plan of intercommunion and reciprocity everywhere demonstrated.
And so it may be with our means of locomotion and intercommunion, and what depends on them.
intercommunion between bodies so alien was as the welding of heterogeneous metals, contact without fusion.