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Synonyms for hybrid

a word that is composed of parts from different languages (e

a composite of mixed origin

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(genetics) an organism that is the offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock

produced by crossbreeding

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Despite the hybridism phenomena, there is no information available on the hematology and blood chemistry of the wild hybrids of marmoset in scientific literature.
Methods like changing loyalties, and thus changing the borders between the two empires, were endemic and reflected the very same hybridism that is embedded in the frontier gray-zone.
Colonial and post-colonial history reveals a transversality that has been studied based on the circulation of models and cultural hybridism, which makes Latin America exceptional.
The conference will bring together leading scholars, designers and artists to work with students from the university's Qatar and Richmond campuses in a series of ongoing activities, collaborative workshops, lab sessions and exhibitions on a theme that aims to explore hybridism within the acts of making, building and sustaining contemporary society," VCUQ Dean Allyson Vanstone said.
Hybridism has always fascinated naturalists and biologists, particularly in birds because they are so conspicuous and the markings so distinct.
Dracula's animal-human hybridism makes him more dramatically compelling, more interesting, than a leopard--or a human-sized vampire bat--could ever be.
lt;<The Masson de Morvilliers Affair Reconsidered: Nation, Hybridism and Spain's Eighteenth-Century Cultural Identity>>, Dieciocho 32 (2009), p.
The Global Border: Transnationalism and Cultural Hybridism in Alejandro Morales's The Rag Doll Plagues.
Nonetheless, I do not believe that the entire problem can be reduced to a polarity between two epistemological positions in the sense in which Laura Scarano formulates two basic theoretical traditions: first, the tradition founded by Scholes and Hutcheon who argue for discursive hybridism and make its main objective the development of a model for the metaliterary phenomenon and second--and this would be the position closest to Scarano's own premises, since she has managed to avoid tautological closure and its analytical ineffectiveness--the tradition based on the work of Alter and Waugh.
The hybridism of Japanese literature began with the oldest book of Japan, Kojiki (The Records of Ancient Matters 712).
It is in this context that the concepts of tropicalism and hybridism arise, often in an innocent and romanticized way (Caldas, 1997; Caldas & Alcadipani, 2006; Caldas & Wood, 1998; Prasad, 2005).
Rather they would prefer to languish on the green, green grass of hybridism, warmed by the heated seat of Priusness.
Andre Vallias's works developed a hybridism between art and poetry that foregrounds the screen as a Cartesian space.
He has held many solo shows that showcase the different aspects of cultural hybridism.