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commingle

to mingle together, e.g. cattle mingling with deer.
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CoMMingle will audit any company's online social media presence by using certain comprehensive guidelines.
In another experiment, 2 birds/cage (25%) were inoculated with H meleagridis from culture and allowed to commingle with other birds for 1, 2, 3, or 4 days.
Presort houses work because they commingle your mail with others using their service and they can get good economics of scale, particularly with high-speed (expensive) sorting equipment.