mishmash


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These kinds of increased energy requirements are unavoidable, but alternative power sources have helped keep a lid on costs," Mishmash said.
It's a mishmash of movie genres as it veers from stunningly staged car thefts through to Ocean's 11-style heist, with a brief stop off at Rio's underground street racing scene.
What this report shows is how the people working in this industry are succeeding despite a mishmash of policies with little coherence or co-operation between them.
Now we see the targets of this mishmash, Eton mess Government - the old, the disabled, the vulnerable.
As we already have a mishmash of exhibits at the Thinktank, it is most unlikely and would not be desirable to make any more editions.
In the study, researchers fed the rats a mishmash of junky foods (think bacon-wrapped cheesecake covered with frosting), so any ingredient's individual effects were hidden.
The look is part Mad Men, part 1001 Arabian Nights but somehow the mishmash makes for perfect harmony.
Pic had gotten a late start (a ticketing mishmash left a 100- yard line of black-tie guests stretching down Hollywood Boulevard), but this didn't seem to affect the crowd that stayed at the Audi-sponsored Hollywood Roosevelt after-party until the wee hours.
It was a great featureless region of few resources and little strategic value, hosting a mishmash of minor campaigns undertaken by quarrelsome, second-rate generals.
A mishmash of both - "Manglish" - is also commonly used.
Regarding the mishmash of security regulations introduced by various authorities and airports following last month's terrorist scare, Mayrhuber said the industry needs a "practical approach," although he acknowledged the definition of "practical" was elusive.
Is there some point/counter point reason to allow such a moral mishmash opposite the well-reasoned article by Steven Zunes, "Congressional resolution supporting Israeli attacks hurts U.
Against the analytic mishmash that dominates contemporary journalism, the book is also part of an emerging historiographic cottage industry that seeks to understand the formation of the American middle class in the first half of the nineteenth century.
All of which can be blamed, of course, on a starting rotation that, with the obvious exception of right-hander Brad Penny, has yet to find its footing and a bullpen that, with the obvious exception of closer Danys Baez, appears to be a confusing mishmash of ineptitude.