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Death raises all his voices around, and mixes with the sounds of shields.
What does your blockhead father when he and Mrs Rudge have laid their heads together, but goes there when he ought to be abed, makes interest with his friend the doorkeeper, slips him on a mask and domino, and mixes with the masquers.
So, Mr Venus mixes, and Wegg mixes; and Mr Venus lights and puffs, and Wegg lights and puffs.
Having now hitched his wooden leg and his chair close in front of Mr Venus, Mr Wegg rapidly mixes for both, gives his visitor his glass, touches its rim with the rim of his own, puts his own to his lips, puts it down, and spreading his hands on his visitor's knees thus addresses him:
Yet you might have sense enough to see that a brother, who goes out into the world and mixes with men, necessarily knows better what is right and respectable for his sister than she can know herself.
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None of them uses cake mixes (they make cake batters from scratch), and they didn't want to give customers the impression that they ever did.
Many mixing plants utilize hand-operated mixers where an operator reads from a process sheet and mixes to the values indicated by the various instruments.
Internal-mix resin-roller impregnator mixes resin and catalyst at the roller and introduces catalyzed resin inside the perforated roller, where it is evenly distributed.
The single/RAP mixes were tested in the APA using the above described procedure, but it was found that most of the mixes developed deep ruts very rapidly.
Whenever something mixes well, it is because chaos is present," Ottino says.
Both processes continuously compress a different portion of their mixes between two solid surfaces and then shear and recompress them.