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used in Turtles All the Way Down

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to mix different things that maintain their difference in the mixture; or the resulting mixture
in various senses, such as:
  • a group of diverse companies run as a single organization
  • Indianapolis winters rarely feature the sort of beautiful snow that you can ski and sled in; our usual winter precipitation is a conglomeration called "wintry mix," involving ice pellets, frozen rain, and wind.
    p. 270.4

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