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Use "intermingling" in a sentence
"In this region, and in Tanzania more generally, there exists the likelihood that gatherer-hunter populations, who spoke Khoisan-derived languages, may have been contemporaneously present in the region, though evidence for their intermingling is not indicated in NECB lexis."
"We still don't know the decisive elements that went into that change from an older style of symbolism and writing poetry to the new style — the new style being a new type of visionariness but also a certain intermingling of prosaicness or a diminished fear of the difference between prose and poetry."
"But the intermingling is the essential union; and this union is absolute, being of all in the all."