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1 Salt and sugar intermingle with each other.
2 The current winter season gives influenza viruses an opportunity to inter-mingle and possibly exchange their genetic material in unpredictable ways.
3 Women have more sensitive smell receptors than men and prefer certain scents only when they're fresh, such as androstenol, which is emitted when sweat and oxygen intermingle [source: Fox].
4 In the image, dust is red, hot gas is green and white is where gas and dust intermingle. Foreground and background stars appear scattered through the image.
5 While your government is in contact with these now, there is no desire of the inner Earth LeMurian civilization to intermingle with mankind in the current.
6 Soaring house prices intermingle with homelessness.
7 Because it has two behaviors, you tend to intermingle the code, making it harder to understand and maintain.
8 two civilizations intermingle, the worse the tensions will be.
9 spots intermingle the better.
10 The Celts believed all laws of space and time were suspended during this time, allowing the spirit world to intermingle with the living.
11 Tumor cells at the margin may intermingle with cells of the surrounding gastric wall.
12 Unctuous ripe red fruit aromas intermingle with hints of freshly ground coffee beans and mocha.
13 When the weather is just right, the two aromas intermingle and it's like a huge, invisible peanut butter cup descending from the heavens.
14 The radial vibration signals of the centrifuge's spindle are faint, which intermingle with strong noise and disturbance.
15 holes in Holl's arguments are in the idea of porosity: a condition in which figure and ground, solid and void, presence and absence, intermingle comprehensively.
16 Oil and water will not intermingle.
17 China and the United States are both countries of vast territory where many ethnic groups coexist and different cultures intermingle. Both our two peoples are hard-working and talented.
18 In the same way that "drawers are pulled in and out randomly", said MIA Design Studio, "tenants and nature intermingle without any obvious intention."
19 biologists, chemists, physicists, mathematicians and computer geeks intermingle, sharing laboratory equipment, teachers and money.
20 the most evocative aspects of any World Cup is the contrast in styles — although it can sometimes be overstated in the modern game, where soccer cultures frequently intermingle.
21 To develop and intermingle these two great cultures and expand art eduction and creation; people should interpret and realize the cultural difference.
22 don't forget this is a modern metropolitan, where high-rise buildings and green space intermingle perfectly.
23 no departments. Instead, its biologists, chemists, physicists, mathematicians and computer geeks intermingle, sharing laboratory equipment, teachers and money.
24 When the wooden board windows are opened, liberating level increases and light and wind further intermingle with surrounding environment.
25 Despite separation, the various anarchist schools of thought are not seen as distinct entities, but rather as tendencies that intermingle.
26 During the second half of the 20th century, anarchism intermingled with the second wave of feminism, radicalising some currents of the feminist movement and being influenced as well.
27 Most Protestant published Bibles that include the apocryphal books will relocate them into a separate section (rather like an appendix), so as not to intermingle them with their canonical books.
28 Groves of red alder 10 to 20 inches (25 to 50 cm) in diameter intermingle with young Douglas-fir forests west of the Cascades, attaining a maximum height of 100 to 110 feet (30 to 33 m) in about sixty years and then lose vigor as heart rot sets in. Alders largely help create conditions favorable for giant conifers that replace them.
29 In the account given by Paul the Deacon, the most detailed narrative on Alboin's death, history and saga intermingle almost inextricably.
30 Over time these groups began to interact and intermingle with each other so that groups of families in one area became one community or tribe, with a similar language and culture.