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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of commingle.

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  • But plaintiffs 'attorney Molly Hamilton showed that wire transfers to Beckman did not come from Crown Forex, but from what she called commingled accounts at U.S. banks that got money from other investors, too.

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  • We have been involved in covering many criminal cases and under the criminal code, when this happens in CORPORATE AMERICA, it is known as commingled money, and that alone can give Counsel the right to "Pierce the Veil" of Corporate Protection, thus holding the above named gentlemen, in violation of the Federal RICO ACT and Absolute Personal Liability for these illegal maneuvers against the citizens of the State of Utah.

    Election 2009-Lehi, Utah Where is My 4.25 Million Dollars? Robert Paisola Reports for NBC GR

  • My bookseller has dwelt so long in his corner with folios and quartos and other antique tomes that he talks in black-letter and has the modest, engaging look of a brown old stout binding, and to the delectation of discriminating olfactories he exhaleth an odor of mildew and of tobacco commingled, which is more grateful to the true bibliophile than all the perfumes of Araby.

    The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac

  • "If a processor or grinder has records demonstrating that products were produced using less than 100% of recalled Westland meat for the meat component, then there is no need ... to retrieve that 'commingled' product," the memo said.

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  • Some use "commingled" recycling because it is cheaper.

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  • He stretched his bow, loosed the arrow, and was rewarded by a gasp and a groan strangely commingled.

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  • The report said the chamber funds U.S. political activities out of the same account that collects foreign dues, and raised the possibility that the money could be unlawfully commingled.

    Obama continues attack on Chamber of Commerce

  • The report said the Chamber funds U.S. political activities out of the same account that collects foreign dues, and raised the possibility that the money could be unlawfully commingled.

    Obama steps up attack on Chamber

  • Money from state and federal campaigns that are subject to different rules have been commingled, according to the federal complaint.

    Fraud Case Rocks Democratic Party

  • According to the Commodity Exchange Act, customer funds at futures commission merchants "shall not be commingled with the funds of such commission merchant or be used to margin or guarantee the trades or contracts…of any customer or person other than the one for whom the same are held."

    Fund Transfers Are Focus of MF Global Probe

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  • The Caravels (J.C. Squire)

    There was an Indian, who had known no change,
    Who strayed content along a sunlit beach
    Gathering shells. He heard a sudden strange
    Commingled noise: looked up; and gasped for speech.
    For in the bay, where nothing was before,
    Moved on the sea, by magic, huge canoes,
    With bellying cloths on poles, and not one oar,
    And fluttering coloured signs and clambering crews.

    And he, in fear, this naked man alone,
    His fallen hands forgetting all their shells,
    His lips gone pale, knelt low behind a stone,
    And stared, and saw, and did not understand,
    Columbus's doom-burdened caravels
    Slant to the shore, and all their seamen land.

    October 23, 2007