This union is secured by a number of hairy projections which interlock, much as one's clasped fingers interlock.
The two interlock, and neither is sufficient without the other.
With such a Society those who undertook this project for the habilitation of criticism would necessarily co-operate and interlock.
As with other early types, the zygapophyses are flat and do not interlock.
Suddenly they close, the blades cross, interlock, and break away.
The bones of the carpus are serially arranged and do not interlock.
It will be noted that the ends of the studs are scarfed so as to interlock in succeeding panels.
The ring ends are made with tongues which interlock with the coupling.
The worsted yarn is combed and the fibers are not in position to interlock as in the woolen yarn (Fig. 124).
They in turn, as they grow, interlock their boughs, and repeat in a season or two the same process of mutual suffocation.