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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hybridise.
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Material - seed is used for propagation and since, as already noted, radish hybridises easily with wild or cultivated Raphanus spp. or cultivars only carefully selected seed should be used.
If the H1N1 swine flu virus hybridises with the H5N1 bird flu virus, it could spawn one that spreads like swine flu and kills like bird flu - not a nice thought.
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Looking both backwards and forwards in time, this Mass gives clear evidence of the musical upheavals created by the Ars Nova, although it would be incorrect to imagine a homogenous musical practice springing into life at the same time as the treatises that describe it. the shock wave that was the Ars Nova spread at different speeds depending on place and environment: different styles coexisted and hybridises, whilst certain pieces were updated to reflect the new styles.