intermingle


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

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Historical and fictional characters intermingle to make this story a page-turning one.
Since both Y chromosome markers are still found in varying degrees throughout Japan, it appears that the genes of the Jomon and Yayoi peoples did intermingle significantly.
Last but not least the machine can be equipped with an intermingling jet to intermingle 1 ply yarn to then reduce the problems of filament breakages/ separation during dyeing process or to intermingle 2 ply yarn.
Addressing a press conference here, Jamal Jogezai, Haji Ali Maddad Jattak and Agha Irfan Kareem said that some elements wanted to intermingle politics with tribal affairs which could tarnish the real objectives of the party.
Some poems are her thoughts, some are details of a particular day or interaction, some intermingle both; others are the dialogue between her and an unnamed therapist, never quite in sync--or is the dialogue mixed with thoughts?
Like the contributors to the anthology, Lawes observes how literary and philosophical societies enabled men of different occupations to intermingle and goes on to demonstrate how the polarity between Whigs and Tories dissolved as the principle of selective intervention by the government gradually supplanted the philosophy of strict non-interventionism.
In between, early and late works intermingle, and the absence of chronological order further encourages interpretation to roam--or the reverse, to call it quits in the face of an eccentricity that threatens to close in on itself.
Molecular reactions happen fast: In a billionth of a second, two molecules can collide, intermingle, and merge, giving rise to a new chemical product.
Still, even in this commodifying of other cultures in the mid-l9th century America, there was room for "African Americans, Irish, Chinese, and everyone else" to intermingle and to have a good time in the port city (p.
In Blue Madonna, 1961, for example, the human figures intermingle with trees and horses in a flat, fragmented fauvist space, and that depiction of the natural world, traversed by desire, contrasts sharply with the austere world of the Madonna and Child (painted at the right of the canvas), aloof and stylistically at odds with the rest of the painting.
It is a pity that Bryant gave up this division in chapters 4 and 5, choosing there to intermingle historical and sociological/ethical sections.
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.
The two communities formalized their relations through such rituals as the annual Christmas party, where the two could intermingle in both religious and social space.
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?
Glendenning of the Lawrence Berkeley (Calif.) Laboratory challenged this notion and presented theoretical arguments suggesting that quark and nuclear matter can intermingle and coexist in equilibrium.