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Few manufacturers can use plastic with a random mishmash of properties to make something new.
NEW RECYCLING TECHNOLOGIES COULD KEEP MORE PLASTIC OUT OF LANDFILLSMARIA TEMMINGAPRIL 29, 2021SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
These new products are still made from a mishmash of plant proteins, but they look, smell, cook, and taste like the real deal.
IS FAST FOOD HEALTHIER WHEN IT'S PLANT-BASED?CHRISTINE BYRNEFEBRUARY 3, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Wanda gains telephathy, telekenesis and a mishmash of other abilities.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE WATCHING WANDAVISIONELIANA DOCKTERMANJANUARY 14, 2021TIME
Tuesday Morning stores, they say, tend to be unorganized and overwhelming, with a mishmash of less-than-exciting inventory.
PANDEMIC BANKRUPTCIES: A RUNNING LIST OF RETAILERS THAT HAVE FILED FOR CHAPTER 11ABHA BHATTARAIDECEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON POST
I dislike grand opera as a miserable mishmash of styles, compromises, and arrant ugliness.
IVORY APES AND PEACOCKSJAMES HUNEKER
He spoke very politely in a mishmash of Servian and Italian.
THROUGH THE LAND OF THE SERBMARY EDITH DURHAM

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