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

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Most lumber makers surveyed say the trend in machinery is toward continuous extrusion of sorted material and away from flow molding of commingled plastics.
However, if the tenant files for bankruptcy and the landlord has commingled the funds in violation of Section 7-103 of the GOL, such commingling transforms the landlord from a protected or "secured" creditor to an unsecured creditor of the tenant, and in such case, courts have granted the assignee or trustee the right to recover such funds from the landlord, In re Spinelli, 36 Bkcy.
SSR Realty Advisors is a national real estate investment firm offering a broad array of strategies and investment management services to institutional investors through its commingled funds and individually managed separate accounts.
Waste Management ships its commingled plastic bottles to PREI, currently located in Youngsville, N.
No melting takes place; instead, the process grinds the commingled resins into a relatively uniform powder (see PT, Sept.
Fund VI follows five very successful commingled funds organized between 1993 and 2000 that have catered to a well balanced mix of affluent and institutional investors who are seeking current cash flow, superior overall returns, capital preservation and portfolio diversification," said Jerry Rappaport Jr.
Mechanical recovery systems that screen the glass out of the commingled stream and pulverize it for use in aggregate applications are another option.
In trying to make blends or commingled material easier to compound, processing aids can play a role.
The added cost of handling commingled feed streams is leading recyclers to try out novel technologies for automatic sorting of different resins--primarily PVC from PET--with an eye ultimately to sorting different colors of the same resin.
These lawsuits have included In re Sconce/Lamb Cremation Cases, in which the California Supreme Court upheld the right of close family members of decedents to assert emotional distress and related tort and contract claims for decedents whose remains were allegedly subjected to illegal and/or disrespectful multiple cremations and commingling, and In re Neptune Society Cases, a class action involving claims for emotional distress, personal injury, breach of contract, and consumer fraud claims arising from concealed illegal dumping of commingled human remains by the pilot who had been hired to scatter ashes separately over the Sierra Mountains.
And a struggle is taking place now with collectors trying to push sorting costs onto recyclers by supplying only commingled plastic bales.
New tougheners double as compatibilizers for engineering blends and commingled recycle.
A trigger is built into the structure to reduce the risk of funds being commingled, shortening the risk horizon to two days.
Another aspect of the tests showed the feasibility of putting commingled, heterogeneous PCR to work as a filler.
Brigham plans to perforate and fracture stimulate four additional Lower Vicksburg zones, all of which should subsequently be commingled and producing to sales by November 2001.