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Co-mingled plastic film is a variety of plastic film types including plastic carryout bags.
Various faculty who are ordinarily separated by floors mingled.
He mingled with people he might not otherwise meet, had words with them, was obliged to take stock of their opinions.
Unseen and unobservable, but believed in by inference mingled with faith.
Inside, the fragrance of the flowers mingled with the odor of wood smoke and mildew.
They succeeded, becoming prosperous, and piety mingled with smugness made the whole family insufferably sententious.
The relevant strains might have been killed off by the immune system, or mingled with other strains.
Long narratives of battles and of heroic deaths were mingled with eulogies of departed heroes.
Seemed all on fire at the touch, and melted and mingled together.
The moment of finding a fellow-creature is often as full of mingled doubt and exultation, as the moment of finding an idea.
There is no evil in human affairs that has not some good mingled with it.
The web of our life is of a mingled yarn, good and ill together.
Abroad, to west and east, are nations whose sons mingled their blood with the blood of our sons on the battlefields.
Outside, the mist mingled with snow, and water beaded on the fur of the spitz.
Those horses have mingled with no other outside blood in all these hundreds of years.
Chrysler, for example, distributed a variety of cupcakes representing its cars as reporters casually mingled with executives.
The mingled aromas of mulled wine and gingerbread, thousands of starry lights and stalls heaving with crafts and gifts.
The fire marshal kept a close eye on the event while the horsy set mixed and mingled inside.
The money was co-mingled with that of the company and used for purposes unrelated to the plan.
Local government records shall not be co-mingled with other records in the alternative repository's holdings.
Employer contributions are not co-mingled with the funds in member accounts and are not refunded to the employee.
The dozens of secretaries, commissioners, and members of the governor's staff mingled and got to know each other.
Stroma mingled with host tissue, appearing as gray to olive-brown coating of hyaline to pale yellow hyphae forming a loose stroma.
Lives of people are mingled with the life of the surrounding community.

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