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  • By fusing pagan symbols, dates, and rituals into the growing Christian tradition, he created a kind of hybrid religion that was acceptable to both parties.
  • Six or seven times larger than even the most luxurious of office spaces, the knight’s cabinet de travail resembled an ungainly hybrid of science laboratory, archival library, and indoor flea market.

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  • She drives a hybrid that can use electricity or gasoline.
  • Hybrids are especially efficient for taxi cabs that spend a lot of time in stop and go traffic.

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