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Synonyms for blend

Synonyms for blend

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

to combine and adapt in order to attain a particular effect

Synonyms for blend

an occurrence of thorough mixing

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a new word formed by joining two others and combining their meanings

the act of blending components together thoroughly

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In the catalogue entry, he quoted from Byron: 'The earth is covered thick with other clay / Which her own clay shall cover, heaped and pent / Rider and horse--friend, foe, in one red burial blent!'
The only explicit and overt signal in the first paragraph of a mystical dimension creeping up is the charming aside of Catullus extoling the local cypresses ("that a poet here once called candles of darkness"), but the reference to Wright's early Italian mentor--an abiding ghost of the place--is seamlessly blent into the natural flow of the sentence.
Cependant, une seconde operation de recontextualisation dans le fait urbain, propre a chaque cas, pardit necessaire pour en permettre la comprehension, car ces villes restent aussi des villes, et si certaines sem blent detachees de leur realite territoriale et sociale, c'est parce que cette realite existe aux yeux du chercheur.
Zhou, "Decolorization of reactive dyes by laccase immobilized in alginate/gelatin blent with PEG," Journal of Environmental Sciences, vol.
Top leadership of Turkey including the Acting Prime Minister of Turkey Blent Arin and his wife Mrs.
"Wailing on the altar stair, wives and grandams rend the air, long-drawn moans and piercing cries blent with prayers and litanies"--Sophocles, Oedipus Rex, lines 184-186
Only my blood speaks to you in my veins, And there is such confusion in my powers As, after some oration fairly spoke By a beloved prince, there doth appear Among the buzzing pleased multitude, Where every something, being blent together, Turns to a wild of nothing, save of joy Express'd and not express'd.
Now we can see that "Establishment" is simply a fancy way of saying "A Blent Theisms." In other words, under an intra-intra-textualist reading of the Establishment Clause, if you just smush all theistic religious beliefs together into a shapeless pudding of generic God-talk--a "blent theism"--you've got no Establishment Clause violation.
They are led by Blent Yildirim who gave a speech in Gaza highlighting unity with Muslim Turkey: Omy Palestinian brothers, who are guarded by Allah and the angels [ETH] I wish we could Ebring Istanbul here to be hit by the bombs instead of you.O Nice.
A catalogue in French and English, which carries the articles of five renowned art critics, Harry Kampianne, Edward Lucie-Smith, Hasan Blent Kahraman, Peter Selz and Mamade Kadreebux, is also published for this occasion.
As lovers Rodolfo, the poet, and ill-fated Mimi, Blent Bezdz and Anne Sophie Duprels were just about perfect, the former with his flowing, beatnik hair and the latter conveying a convincing fragility.
DUBAI, January 26, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Turkish State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Blent Arin said on Tuesday that Turkey considered Pakistan a keystone of security and stability in the region.
4.373-9) Their two bodies blent, both face and figure, to a single form; so when a twig is grafted to a tree, they join together in maturity.
Nothing loath, his bowsman hauled him up and up, through a blinding foam that blent two whitenesses together; till of a sudden the boat struck as against a sunken ledge, and keeling over, spilled out the standing mate.
Soma was always associated with Indra, as the Soma Pavanana of the Rig Veda attests with verse 15: (Griffith 1896) "Over the cleansing sieve have flowed the Soma, blent with curdled milk, Effused for Indra Thunder-armed." As the research of Wasson and others shows, the mushroom is always connected with the thunderous "suddenness" of both the storm and the subsequent seemingly instantaneous appearance of the mushroom.