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intermingle something with something

to mingle or merge things with things. Don't intermingle the U.S. mail with the interoffice mail. The office mail had been intermingled with the regular mail!

intermingle with someone

to mingle or merge with people. The mugger intermingled with the people on the street and could not be recognized. Let's intermingle with the guests.
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Reliaty Backup is the only data protection software to reduce media costs in a heterogeneous environment by offering the ability to intermingle data from different platforms on a single tape.
We get the chance to intermingle with the local national community and experience local culture.
The First and Third Worlds freely intermingle within societies around the world that allow stark inequities in wealth, privilege, and opportunity to persist.
The CITs also had the opportunity to witness the counselors from both programs (as well as Blue Mountain) intermingle on a purely social level.
For example, by orienting and vibrating material from side to side in the mold cavity, Rheomolding reportedly forces the flow fronts to intermingle at the molecular level, eliminating knit lines.
On any given Wednesday, Olympic champions such as Maurice Greene, budding high school stars like Westlake's 800-meter champion Cory Primm, seniors trying to stay in shape and socialize such as 77-year-old Patrick Devine and families such as the Colemans intermingle at Birmingham.
Fifth Avenue at 57th Street is a crossroads where luxury goods meet middle-market and entertainment-related retailers, and locals and tourists intermingle.
Politics and society intermingle in the collected essays too, which are divided into three sections: "Florentine Society from the Black Death to the Age of Lorenzo," "Aspects of Florentine Culture" (which includes sorcery as well as university education), and "Religious Structures, Practices, Beliefs.
All the Latin American countries have joined in this fruitful project where, through news, variety shows, musicals, documentaries, comedies and drama shows from all the participating countries, a better grasp of Hispanic traditions and cultures will intermingle and promote a better understanding of the Hispanic people.
New and old intermingle, as plants dating back to the 1910s serenely coexist with those just set into the soil.
Digging into such unfixed moments when memory, reality, and fiction intermingle is all well and good.
Indeed, this two-CD set highlights three of the four bloodlines of rock (the other being country music), and how they intermingle.
In place of the Bard's text, the lovers now lip-synch their journeys to a seamless collage of disco hits--from "Car Wash" to "Don't Leave Me This Way"--while audience members intermingle with the production's 12 cast members on the dance floor.
These particles have an unusual property that enables matter and antimatter forms to intermingle by the rules of quantum mechanics to create blended particles called K-long ([K.
Digital technology collides with primitive instrumentation; Western singers and Portuguese sounds intermingle to create something both present-minded and rooted in several pasts.