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commingling

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And Bloomberg has a long history of commingling his interests as a businessman with his public role and ambitions.

Few aromas are as appetizing as the commingling of sautéing onions and grilling beef.

I guess it's more that the commingling did not begin until the 1990s, it is clear that the fraud began earlier.

The loans, the commingling, commenced within the last eight to 10 years.

There was no intermixture or commingling of characters, although the class of subjects were sometimes common to each.

What I have to add is a commingling of past local history and present local history.

This man that had in him such a commingling of good and evil was now the leading spirit in the defense of Lawrence.

Its people, however, gradually received new life by commingling their blood with that of the invaders.

It may be based either on history or tradition, though in our greatest epics there is a commingling of the two.

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On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to commingling, such as: amalgam, blend, blending, synthesis, admixture, and alloy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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