commingle

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to put together into one mass so that the constituent parts are more or less homogeneous

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In the Army, dozens if not hundreds of men often comingle in naked situations.
On well-run boards of directors, it's business as usual--except in a super-sized way--as new rules and heightened external expectations comingle.
Do not comingle household money with business money.
It groups it all together into one part of the company, whereas normally what you want to do is to comingle the risk.
Opposing civil rights in 1957, Russell declared "there are not enough jails to hold the people of the South who will today oppose the use of raw federal power to forcibly comingle white and Negro children in the same schools and in places of public entertainment" (p.
But just how the ELF would apply to future Point Mclntyre production is still uncertain to Arco, which wants to use its Lisburne facilities to produce Point McIntyre oil--similar to its plan to comingle West Sak and Kuparuk oil.