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There was no intermixture or commingling of characters, although the class of subjects were sometimes common to each.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
What I have to add is a commingling of past local history and present local history.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB
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.
From this commingling of worship in the city, and intercommunication of ideas in the provinces, the most important events arose.
There is inspiration in this commingling of hill and vale and sea and sky.
THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYSWILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
Despite this polyglot commingling of types the British influence is upon everything.
The decorations of the large side-altars to the Virgin and St. Francis are partially seen through the commingling columns.
THE CHURCH INDEXWILLIAM PEPPERELL
I had never seen anything quite like this: it was such a strange commingling of the beautiful and sorrowful.
LOTUS BUDSAMY CARMICHAEL

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