Short-haired mixed breeds are the most common types.
Should we include such phenomena in our theory of mixed quotation?
By then, Jude and Conrad were members of a group, the Association of Mixed-Race Irish (AMRI).
“And mixed dancing makes me think of mixed nuts, and mixed grill, and insalata mista.
Mixed heritage sites contain elements of both natural and cultural significance.
At the 1920 Olympic Games in Antwerp, Belgium, she earned gold medals in singles and mixed doubles.
Adding players’ preferences Once preferences are added, mixed strategies trigger additional intricacies.
Mixed economies also arose in many countries that formerly had centrally planned and socialist economies.
Mixed economy, in economics, a market system of resource allocation, commerce, and trade in which free markets coexist with government intervention.
We defined ‘Black’ as Black African, Black Caribbean, Other Black, Black African Mixed, Black Caribbean Mixed, or Black Other Mixed.
The behaviour of indexicals in mixed quotation is important, because it gives strong evidence against the possibility that mixed quotation is a pragmatic phenomenon.
Across the Atlantic, for example, Mixed Fleet work flights from Heathrow to San Diego but not to New York; in Europe, Mixed Fleet work to Paris Orly but not to Charles de Gaulle airport.
Prior to starting Girls' Night In, Ramos had authored an email newsletter called Mixed Feelings, in which she shared her reflections and experiences "as a mixed race person in the world."
The word métis, which means “mixed” in French, can be used of any aboriginal (First Nation) person of mixed descent, but the Métis who are of mixed French and Cree descent are the only speakers of Michif.
Note that Strong Mixed is only one possible mixed-modality supervenience thesis: one could reinterpret either necessity operator, to produce one of a wide variety of possible mixed ethical supervenience theses.
Aristotle treats modal syllogisms with (i) uniform necessity, (ii) uniform contingency, (iii) mixed necessity and assertoric, (iv) mixed contingency and assertoric, and (v) mixed necessity and contingency premises.
And the theorist of mixed quotation should at least be aware of the problem of mixed quoting non-constituent clauses (Abbott 2003), and the possibility that one can mixed quote without quotation marks (De Brabanter 2010).
Kilwardby explains that in first-figure mixed necessity-assertoric syllogisms the necessity premise appropriates to itself a minor which is necessary per se; no such appropriation occurs in first-figure mixed assertoric-necessity syllogisms.
But even so, most Latin Americans describe their ancestry as either indigenous (Amerindian), European (white), African (black), mestizo (mixed European and Amerindian, sometimes called Ladino in Central America), or mulatto (mixed African and European).
This is reminiscent of Aristotle’s preference for mixed government over either democracy or oligarchy, but in fact many ancient writers, including Cicero, advocated mixed government, and on this topic Thomas is closer to Polybius—whom he did not know—than to Aristotle (Blythe 1992: 57–8).
- consisting of a haphazard assortment of different kinds
- involving or composed of different races
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