What is a interlaced zero in transfer function?

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A reading assignment I have read said "By adding a direct feed-through to a
collocated system, the transfer function can be modified from containing
resonant poles followed by interlaced zeros, to zeros followed by interlaced
poles." I don`t konw what this sentence mean. What is the resonant poles followed by interlaced zeros and resonant poles followed by interlaced zeros?
(I know that In feedback system, stability can be determined by location of ploes. And if every pole exists in real negative axis, we can call the system stable.)
 

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