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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hybridize.

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  • If each tower simply "hybridizes" the packets it receives and sends them on, then as long as the recipient gets enough hybrids from enough different towers, it can reconstruct the original message.

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  • If each tower simply "hybridizes" the packets it receives and sends them on, then as long as the recipient gets enough hybrids from enough different towers, it can reconstruct the original message.

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  • If each tower simply "hybridizes" the packets it receives and sends them on, then as long as the recipient gets enough hybrids from enough different towers, it can reconstruct the original message.

    Media Newswire

  • If each tower simply "hybridizes" the packets it receives and sends them on, then as long as the recipient gets enough hybrids from enough different towers, it can reconstruct the original message.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • If each tower simply "hybridizes" the packets it receives and sends them on, then as long as the recipient gets enough hybrids from enough different towers, it can reconstruct the original message.

    Media Newswire

  • Now that you mention it, I think it hybridizes the two.

    Still Alive

  • There is a man in Tallahassee who hybridizes, his name is Miller and his native plant nursery is Trillium Gardens.

    Azaleas 2010-deciduous, that is « Fairegarden

  • In southern Oregon and northern California, grand fir hybridizes and introgresses with A. concolor, which generally grows in higher, drier habitats.

    Grand fir

  • Rather, this ham-fisted Apartheid allegory involving beleaguered insectoid space aliens herded into the eponymous South African ghetto wins several points because it craftily hybridizes much that was cool about '80s sci-fi (V, Alien Nation, Enemy Mine, plus a huge debt to The Fly -- these creatures seem to have flown in directly from Planet Brundle), whilst rocking both the action and the truly unusual setting.

    Gregory Weinkauf: Science Fiction Double Feature: District 9 pops, Time Traveler's Wife flops

  • There does appear to be widespread acceptance of its specific status, however, even though there is some indication that the species hybridizes with the Mountain hare L. timidus (Melo-Ferreira et al. 2005).

    The first new European mammal in 100 years? You must be joking

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