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

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DJ Vallauri, CoMMingle founder and president, said, 'While most hotels over the past year have jumped into social media marketing by establishing 'free' Facebook pages and Twitter accounts, they are now realising that unless they commit time and resources to these channels their efforts can negatively impact their branding online.
The only reason the [WEA's] use of its members' dues was burdened is that [WEA] chose to commingle those dues with nonmembers' agency fees.
I read the Pro-MDP report (March) first, so the "commingling" metaphor occurred to me long before I read the Con-MDP one, as did the thought that the Pro's underlying philosophy was the "end of history" economic determinism driving similar efforts to commingle the banking, securities, and insurance businesses.
Foundries have two options to deliver high-quality material: either segregate byproduct streams internally and process them for market, or commingle them and process later.
AmTote will provide the gateway necessary to commingle wagers from international simulcasting outlets and BLB will provide content rights to U.