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... A mixed breed is a domesticated animal descended from multiple breeds of the same species, often breeding without any human intervention, recordkeeping, or selective breeding ... Mixed-breed dog, a dog whose ancestry is complex or not known Grade horse, a horse whose parentage is unknown, unidentifiable, or of significantly ...
4,487 White British 63.12% White Irish 1.27% White Other 3.25% Black or Mixed Black and White 18.81% South Asian or Mixed Asian and White 9.46% Chinese or ...
... Sulawesi Native speakers 1,880,000 (2000) Language family Mixed Malay–Macassarese Macassar Malay Language codes ISO 639-3 mfp Macassar Malay is not a creole, but a mixed ...
... are three national championships held annually, the Open Mixed National Championships, the Overs and Unders Aged National Championships and the Juniors National Championships ... The Opens Mixed have six divisions Men's, Ladies A B, Mixed A B and Under-21 Ladies, whilst the Overs Unders Aged Nationals have three divisions Over 30 Ladies, Over 35 Ladies, Over 30 Mixed ...
... It includes analog and mixed-signal extensions (AMS) in order to define the behavior of analog and mixed-signal systems (IEEE 1076.1-1999) ... the intent of enabling designers of analog and mixed signal systems and integrated circuits to create and use modules that encapsulate high-level behavioral descriptions as well as structural ... is an industry standard modeling language for mixed signal circuits ...
More definitions of "mixed":
- (adj): Involving or composed of different races.
Example: "A mixed neighborhood"
Famous quotes containing the word mixed:
“Memory is a wonderfully useful tool, and without it judgement does its work with difficulty; it is entirely lacking in me.... Now, the more I distrust my memory, the more confused it becomes. It serves me better by chance encounter; I have to solicit it nonchalantly. For if I press it, it is stunned; and once it has begun to totter, the more I probe it, the more it gets mixed up and embarrassed. It serves me at its own time, not at mine.”
—Michel de Montaigne (15331592)
“To brew up an adult, it seems that some leftover childhood must be mixed in; a little unfinished business from the past periodically intrudes on our adult life, confusing our relationships and disturbing our sense of self.”
—Roger Gould (20th century)
“Love sits enthroned in Claras eyes,
The Graces play her lips around,
And in her cheeks the tendrest dyes
Of lilly mixed with rose are found.
Where charms so irresistless throng
What mortal heart can try resistance?
But ah! her nose is two feet long,
And bids our passions keep their distance.”
—Horace Walpole (17171797)