from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of mix.
- n. The act, or the result of making a mixture
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of mingling or compounding two or more ingredients into one body, mass, or compound; mixture.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of mixing together
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Now we're moving up into what we call the mixing chamber.
ROBERTS: Yes, as you point out, yesterday we saw the video there of police pulling over white vehicles along the I-95, you know, runway there, and that's right by what they call the mixing bowl, where you can get into Tyson's Corner, where you can get into Washington, D.C., or take 95 in to Baltimore.
Now that's what we call mixing high and low, and not in the fashion world.
Always welcoming seeing a new label mixing it with the more established names in the scene with a strong concept.
Two full minutes passed before the prisoner finally looked up, his expression mixing curiosity and confusion; he’d obviously heard Spock enter, but then had heard him neither leave nor move.
When the syrup is ready, turn the mixer on med-low and begin mixing the egg whites.
Place flour, salt and baking powder in mixing bowl.
In this #podcast, Ewan McIntosh, Digital Commissioner for 4iP, talks with Rebecca O'Brien from JISC via Skype about mobile gaming, how thinking from the learner's perspective is key, and how universities have a vital role in mixing logical thinking with inspiring creativity.
And The Hurt Locker took the award for best sound mixing from the Cinema Audio Society; production mixer Ray Beckett and re-recording mixer Paul N.J. Ottosson took the honor for “outstanding achievement in sound mixing for motion pictures,” and deservedly so.
My fun little "word" pair below reveals the "art" in both, while demonstrating that mixing is not just the style of YouTube's "best" videos but also what might also be a more advantageous way to show the many, competing arts of YouTube:
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