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With a Woodstock’s-worth of sociopolitical observations belted out to bruising electro beats accompanied by moody synth vibes,’ the series of recently released songs are an odd amalgam of poignant reflections and sheer abandon.
Much like his introduction, Kearney’s conclusion reads less like a call to action and more like an amalgam of previously known information.
Stellantis will be an amalgam of model lines with enviable positions in certain segments, but neither company has much of a foothold in the luxury-car business or China’s vast auto market.
If the metal to be cleansed is gold, you will see a pasty mass or amalgam, as it is called, of a yellowish tinge.
In a few seconds the new compound (ammonium amalgam) of the consistence of butter is formed.
Looking-glasses are covered on the back with an amalgam of mercury and tin.
Make an amalgam, without heat, of two drachms of leaf silver with one drachm of quicksilver.
After all the quicksilver was passed through the leather, the amalgam was put into a large retort, and screwed down.
GRIFB. L. (BENJAMIN LEOPOLD) FARJEON
An amalgam is a pasty mixture of mercury with other substances (properly with a metal).

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