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In the straggling line battleships and cruisers, armoured and unarmoured, were mingled together.
FAMOUS SEA FIGHTSJOHN RICHARD HALE
She passed out across the courtyard and mingled with the stream of pedestrians.
The ingredients are mingled with a nice discrimination between the rights of the palate and the maintenance of health.
They were walking upon a sandy soil, mingled with stones, which appeared destitute of any sort of vegetation.
The well-rounded pebbles of porphyry were mingled with many immense angular fragments of basalt and of primary rocks.
She uttered a little cry that might have been mingled exultation and remorse for her victory and her broken faith.
A brief summary of Mr. Buchanans conduct affords a most singular exhibition of mingled imbecility, timidity, and disingenuousness.
The feelings of the audience were mingled, but among them amazement led all the rest.
THE CANDIDATEJOSEPH ALEXANDER ALTSHELER
At trchy, the living are mingled with the dead, and the country is full of the latter.
The news gave him an indescribable feeling of mingled joy and regret.
STONEHEARTGUSTAVE AIMARD

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