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commingle

to mingle together, e.g. cattle mingling with deer.
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He did not then realize what this meant: had he realized it he would have suffered bitterly; as it was he felt only a vague discomfort--a curious sense of loss and gain commingled.
A doctrine which originated with Pallas, has been largely accepted by modern naturalists; namely, that most of our domestic animals have descended from two or more aboriginal species, since commingled by intercrossing.
and developer of the ET-1 and MT-1 molding machines for processing commingled plastics into plastic lumber.
Section 7-103 of the GOL, which applies to both security deposits and prepaid rent, requires that, until repaid to the tenant or applied against a tenant's lease obligations, security deposits and prepaid rent be kept in a segregated account and not be commingled with "personal moneys" of the landlord.
This trend toward commingled collection has forced recyclers to build new material recycling facilities (MRFs) or to overhaul existing ones in order to handle the single stream.
suggests a novel way to turn low-performance, commingled, post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastics into useful blends with the help of a corotating twin-screw extruder.
With commingled collections on the increase, material recovery facilities (MRFs) have a variety of options for recovering the glass portion of the recyclables stream.
Apart from engineered blends, compatibilizers may also help elevate the normally low physical properties of a commingled waste stream.
Kuhne Anlagenbau (distributed by O/K International) had previously unveiled two new systems for producing blown film and cellulose-filled sheet from commingled reclaim (PT, Nov.