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


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  • Americans will be "hybridized," with multiple ethnic strands to their identity.

    How can the American Latino Museum best answer the call of the Mall?

  • There are new hybrid buses on the road, but many of them are "hybridized" versions of existing technologies, which brings marginal benefits, Fleishman said.

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  • In Software Takes Command, Lev Manovich addresses these types of combinatory representational techniques and identifies them as "hybridized" media -

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  • The ix-Metro has standard safety features such as the dual front airbags, side curtain airbags, ABS and Electronic Stability Program, according to Hyundai, adding that the car has an eco-friendly 1. 0-liter, three-cylinder, turbo-charged "hybridized" engine fitted with dual

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  • It'll be some kind of hybridized edutainment product, in which Kirk and Spock train a fresh group of "Starfleet cadets" on their first day at the Academy.


  • "hybridized" or crossed with immigrants from elsewhere.

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  • All the same, in spite of its curiously hybridized form and content, the core of English remained recognizably, unshakably, true to its roots.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Numerous newly hybridized plants are introduced every year with the goal of creating trees, shrubs and perennials that perform well, are hardy, pest-resistant and long-lived and that display practical and aesthetically pleasing characteristics.

    New crop of hybrid plants demonstrate beauty of ingenuity

  • As cars are hybridized, homes are downsized, and diets are localized, perhaps we should extend the eco-scorn heaped on Hummers, McMansions, and factory beef to a deeply ingrained American institution: the daily shower.

    Tamar Haspel: Save the Planet: Wash Less

  • The Agricultural Revolution that began in seventeenth-century England radically increased the amount of food that could be grown on an acre of land, and the same happened in the 1960s and 1970s, when fertilizer and hybridized seeds arrived in India and Mexico.

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