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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of intermingle.


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  • Admirably reflecting the range of this phenomenon from Left Bank galleries to department-store windows, the exhibition intermingles painting and sculpture with architecture, furniture and dress designs by Madeleine Vionnet and Edward Molyneux.

    In the Great War's Wake

  • Ms. Mack's tour seamlessly intermingles personal reminiscence and American history.

    First Lady, First-Hand

  • It is the constant break from projects, said Chu, who intermingles her practice with teaching efforts such as her current post as a lecturer at USC noted.

    Tibby Rothman: Architects on Inspiration: It's Not Quite 'Ah Ha'

  • A latino who intermingles with an African brother is a blessing, not a curse. —

    Life of the Party: Latin Flair in Washington - The Caucus Blog -

  • If it doesn't entirely succeed it's because it rarely intermingles the story elements together.

    REVIEW: Debatable Space by Philip Palmer

  • Religious discussions of love sometimes address how it descends from its divine status and intermingles with human affairs.

    William C. Chittick, Ph.D.: Islam, God and the Shining Light of Love

  • If People of Lava gets the money for a U.S. launch, the company will be up against consumer electronics giant Sony Corp which is just rolling out its own Android-based TV, building on a different solution that intermingles TV broadcasts and Internet content rather than running them side by side.

    Android TV launches in Sweden

  • Moskos, now an assistant professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, deftly intermingles cops-and-robbers veri­similitude and progressive social science, yet keeps his reportage clear-eyed, his conclusions pathos-free.

    Cover to Cover

  • It often intermingles with grasslands and shrublands.

    Ecoregions of New Mexico (EPA)

  • In that respect, and to a certain extent, this wave of criticism intermingles scholarly and what one may term original, personal discussion of biblical women characters (see the mixture of scholarly and literary writings in Ravitzky, and the combination of interpretations and modern Midrash in the collection edited by Zion).

    Biblical Women in World and Hebrew Literature.


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