MIXED


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MIXEDModel/Measurement Integration Experiment in Estuary Dynamics
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Thus any mixed drink is called {omicron iota nu omicron sigma}, 'wine.
It seems to be my fortune to be mixed up, more or less actively, with elderly love affairs.
With these preachers of equality will I not be mixed up and confounded.
The duds are a little mixed in style, but I reckon they're clean and whole, and a man might face a lady in 'em.
The little dark gentleman, with the distinguished air and the easy, correct speech, who had mixed his brandy and soda, had disappeared.
A quantity of dry leaves, mixed with sulphur, he lit with a spark from his flint, and he began to smoke out the bees.
When I have mixed this honey with the paste of the bread-fruit," said he, "I shall be able to offer you a succulent cake.
Ladislaw should pay at least two visits during the year to the Grange, and there came gradually a small row of cousins at Freshitt who enjoyed playing with the two cousins visiting Tipton as much as if the blood of these cousins had been less dubiously mixed.
She set me on a richly decorated seat inlaid with silver, there was a footstool also under my feet, and she mixed a mess in a golden goblet for me to drink; but she drugged it, for she meant me mischief.
Aristotle's mixed constitution springs from a recognition of sectional interests in the state.
I should have feared, too, for her health, and for everything but her principles--there I believe she is not to be injured by her mother, or her mother's friends; but with those friends she must have mixed (a very bad set, I doubt not), or have been left in total solitude, and I can hardly tell which would have been worse for her.
He brought pure water and mixed it with Ocean's streams.