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

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When observing this metal forest under a microscope, one sees metal trees growing so closely together "that their trunks and branches intermingle," Glicksman said this week at a meeting of the Materials Research Society in Boston.
And then why not use the other half to mediate between white and black--not just to mediate but to show the transition between them by having them intermingle, in such a way as to leave no doubt that the white had been the ground, the black the additive?
In America a woman of Hispanic lineage marries a man of German decent, an Irishman weds an Italian lady -- every possible permutation of cultures intermingle.
HAVANA, CUBA - As Jesus ``Chucho'' Valdes enters the Casa del Musica club in Miramar, a section of outer Havana where Cuba's nouveau riche intermingle with foreign dignitaries.
Individual cultures intermingle, combine, develop in parallel, but one thing connects all of them: the breathtaking speed of technological progress in communication.
Laboratory challenged this notion and presented theoretical arguments suggesting that quark and nuclear matter can intermingle and coexist in equilibrium.
In a dazzling display of Perslow's mastery of park design and geometry, light, shade, glass, and water intermingle in a life-affirming rhapsody, imbuing the ground-level memorial with a subtle, yet moving, quality of spiritual regeneration.
Set on a space station on the edge of the galaxy - so no one was ``boldly'' venturing anywhere - the series is about a sort of outer-space Casablanca, where all kinds of species intermingle and squabble and politics are tangled, both internally and among the great powers.
The dancers intermingle three sorts of movement--ballet (their daily work), mundane behavior (walking or waiting, which gets them from one dance set to the next), and, on occasion, expressive response to personal interactions (some of these are the only things that don't ring true).
Built on the site of the former Abraham Lincoln Elementary School, which closed in 1979, the library and park are meant to intermingle, Flad said.
Rich in eye-grabbing color, these jewellike paintings suggest an imaginary world in which nature, pattern, and opera sets intermingle.
Wild chimpanzees seldom bunch together in a large congregation, preferring to intermingle in a number of smaller groups as they make their way through the jungle.
Members of the club more or less agree that black and white students intermingle without problems at Valencia High.
But if the heating is done in a microwave oven instead of in a furnace, the materials intermingle so well that the joint is hard to detect with the naked eye.
The audience can just sit back and watch the proceedings, but there is also plenty of opportunity to intermingle with the cast members both on and off the dance floor.