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  1. Mikabar
    Interlude Home, an iconic contemporary home collection, designs exclusive furniture and home décor inspired by fashion.
  2. JoJot
    Interlude definition is - an intervening or interruptive period, space, or event: interval. How to use interlude in a sentence.
  3. Mezijinn
    Interlude definition, an intervening episode, period, space, etc. See more.
  4. Shakajinn
    Define interlude. interlude synonyms, interlude pronunciation, interlude translation, English dictionary definition of interlude. n. 1. An intervening episode, feature, or period of time: "Kerensky has a place in history, of a brief interlude between despotisms". 2. a. A short.
  5. Shara
    Interlude, in theatre, early form of English dramatic entertainment, sometimes considered to be the transition between medieval morality plays and Tudor dramas. Interludes were performed at court or at “great houses” by professional minstrels or amateurs at intervals between some other entertainment, such as a banquet, or preceding or following a play, or between acts.
  6. JoJogis
    Aug 17,  · Directed by Kevin Billington. With Oskar Werner, Barbara Ferris, Virginia Maskell, Donald Sutherland. A famous conductor gives an interview to a pretty young reporter. He speaks a bit too frankly and finds he's given himself an unwanted sabbatical from conducting. He begins an affair with the young reporter during his interlude and the accumulation of differences in their ages and background /10().
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  8. Gole
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  9. Tauhn
    interlude, development in the late 15th cent. of the English medieval morality play. Played between the acts of a long play, the interlude, treating intellectual rather than moral topics, often contained elements of satire or farce. The form developed in Italy as the intermedio and intermezzo intermezzo.