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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of blend.
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- adj. combined or mixed together so that the constituent parts are indistinguishable. Antonym of
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- adj. combined or mixed together so that the constituent parts are indistinguishable
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Long before the term blended family was in vogue, she had helped unite two families that had been touched by tragedy.
Others, particularly in industry-based training, use the term blended learning.
The term blended learning is also be used to describe arrangements in which conventional, offline and non-electronic based instruction happens to include online tutoring and / or mentoring services.
Sweeney gained two brothers as part of what she calls her blended family.
That is why we have what we call blended delivery model, which encompasses onshore, near-shore and offshore engagements from different locations.
So we do think that the majority of the benefits can be had in what we call a blended strategy with smaller batteries which lowers cost, lower charging time and there is not a need for an external charger.
San Jose's Rocketship was a pioneer in blended learning -- combining the best on line and on-site learning.
Google executives have been trying to persuade content owners to make it easier for Google to search and display their shows in blended TV-Web listings.
I'm talking about the effective use of today's technology to enhance learning, or what insiders are calling 'blended education.'
Amaranto (amaranth) amaranthus hypochondriachus: The seeds of the amaranth plant are used to make the popular candy called alegría, as well as in blended juice drinks and other health-food menu items.