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mish-mash

A jumbled, disorganized mixture of several various things. The "stew" he served was just a bizarre mish-mash of stuff he had left over in his fridge. The story is a mish-mash of inconsistent themes and plotlines that never go anywhere.

mish-mosh

A jumbled, disorganized mixture of several various things. The "stew" he served was just a bizarre mish-mosh of stuff he had left over in his fridge. The story is a mish-mosh of inconsistent themes and plotlines that never go anywhere.

mish-mash

and mish-mosh (ˈmɪʃmæʃ and ˈmɪʃmɑʃ)
n. a mixture; a disorderly conglomeration. There’s no theme or focus. It’s just a mish-mash.

mish-mosh

verb
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"The orthopaedics surgeons at our hospital specialise in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the musculoskeletal system and focuses on patient care in each orthopaedics subspecialties which boasts in running the discipline as a 'Centre of Excellence' with a distinct identity as Mosh and by offering advanced surgical care through the leading medical experts on panel and specialises in the treatment and management of some of the key orthopaedics conditions."
Sometimes they're simply encouraged to dance for the camera u and those audience members who were pulled reluctantly from the mosh should be congratulated for shaking off what was a no doubt characteristic reserve and selflessly pretending to be extroverts, just for the audience's benefit.
MOSH has launched its "Spotlight" programme, a 'paid placement' advertising initiative, where advertisements are Spotlight-branded and placed above all organic browse, search and contextual placements.
Still, a crowded mosh pit filled with aggressive, colliding dancers could provide a setting for disease transmission, public health officials said.
* Mosh pits are areas of spontaneous, violent dancing that fans often Create at concerts involving heavy metal or other extreme styles of rock music.
Then there's the Alan Keyes mosh pit moment, which you may have read about already but really is a sight to behold.
En el repertorio del conjunto destacaba el Slam dance (baile a portazos), que se distingue por los empujones y golpes de afecto que se dan musicos y bailarines; al circulo donde se baila el Slam dance se le denomina Mosh pit (hoyo del relajo), y de alli surgio el mote por el cual se conoce al lider estudiantil mas destacado de los ultimos tiempos: El Mosh.
La escena de video ocurre en una cafeteria de la ocupada UNAM, probablemente la de Ciencias Politicas, facultad donde estudia El Mosh, que es el protagonista.
Mucho de Plastilina Mosh ha circulado ultimamente por los circuitos rockeros de Estados Unidos, gracias al exito del disco "Acua-Mosh" del grupo regiomontano, con lo que se continua modelando la imagen del rock en espanol, Hip-hop-rock.
How many aging babyboomers must stay on top of current trends to survive professionally, but still think the phrase "mosh pit" refers to an exotic Jewish food?
Ten years from now, thousands will sign sworn affidavits denying having been there, but while Woodstock II was happening, the driving idea was party hard and mosh the angst away: Deee-Lite, not debate.
BfR reference values for MOSH fraction C10C16 are 12 mg/kg, and for MOSH fraction C17C20, 4 mg/kg.
A mosh pit erupted as the lads delivered Brit-pop style tracks like Delete and Lay Down from debut album Hills End.
Happening on December 19, Rakrakan Festival '15 will again feature 70 mainstream and indie musicians on 3 stages: the Mosh, Move, and Groove.
HUNDREDS of heavy metal fans gathered in Liverpool yesterday for a Mosh Against Cancer event.