Intertwine small white holiday lights around railings and balconies for a merry, yet elegant display and don't forget candles.
Drape fresh greens along walls, railings, tables and fireplaces and intertwine these with small white Christmas lights.
Head Mask: A mask to cover the entire head, usually worn so as to show off more elaborate designs on the back of the mask, such as animal hair, feathers or fabric that would intertwine with the wearer's costume.
Intertwine some small white Christmas lights into them, and have holly and berries woven into the swag.
The sexual excapades, filming and love affairs intertwine to create a popular show.
These end of the world themes tend to intertwine with others such as the retaliation of artificial intelligence, epidemics and man’s consumption of natural resources.
For example, Honda will utilize the Accord's platform for more than just the Accord, and General Motors will intertwine six platforms between just five brand lines, thus cutting assembly costs.
Flowing effortlessly from the British voice of the author, the innocence of childhood antics intertwine with spots of a more enlightened humor.
Storyline B is typically humorous or at least partially comedic and may intertwine with Storyline A and other storylines in order to keep them moving forward.
Although the company offers a wide range of watches, some of their most popular models intertwine gold with the superior craftsmanship of a Mont Blanc watch.
intertwine with the development of the relationships and secrets of the film.
Scrolls that intertwine along the temple line only heightens the drama.
Loosely intertwine your pashminas by twisting them around one another.
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