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  • The style is more a mix of the old style and a new modern style.
  • The band would then learn to play the song through after the final mix was complete.
  • The legal system is a mix of the civil law and the common law systems.
  • I generally take about half a day to do a mix.
  • Also many applications use a mix of several languages in their construction and use.
  • The mixing process for the album was completed over the course of five days.
  • The band went from studio to studio, each member trying their own mixes.
  • Because of the mix-up, each assumed the other had lost interest.
  • The mixing done on this song was kept in its original form.
  • The last track on the album mixes parts of other tracks into a new piece.
  • Their early sets were a mix of original material and cover versions.
  • The next match was a six person mixed tag team match.
  • There were also areas where the pattern was a mix of two or more of those systems.
  • The team was still building, trying to find that perfect mix to compete.
  • These kind of towns often show a mix of historical origin and growth factors.
  • Good design and a well-chosen concrete mix will provide additional protection for many applications.
  • The mixing of two or more of these three groups established other mixed ethnic groups.
  • The process of mixing started very early and continued until independence.
  • In recent years, the magazine has resumed its traditional mix of content.
  • Some applications mix various methods of cross-platform programming to create the final application.
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Meaning of mix

  • noun A commercially prepared mixture of dry ingredients
  • noun An event that combines things in a mixture
    a gradual mixture of cultures
  • noun The act of mixing together
    paste made by a mix of flour and water, the mixing of sound channels in the recording studio
  • verb Combine (electronic signals)
    mixing sounds
  • verb Add as an additional element or part
    mix water into the drink
  • verb To bring or combine together or with something else
    resourcefully he mingled music and dance