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MIX

Knuth's hypothetical machine, used in The Art of Computer Programming v.1, Donald Knuth, A-W 1969.

mix

A ready-mixed batch of concrete, plaster, or mortar.

MIX.

On drawings, abbr. for mixture.

MIX

(1) (Multimedia Internet EXchange) An Internet access point that supports quality of service (QoS) for multimedia traffic. See NAP and MPLS.

(2) (Medical Information EXchange System) A health information exchange (HIE) system for Windows from SETECS Medical Technologies (www.setecs.com). MIX enables interfacing to any EMR/EHR system that supports the HL7 messaging standard. Issued to both patients and healthcare providers, PIV-compliant smart cards provide strong security (see PIV).
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So here are mixed drink sales in 2013 for three other Little Rock establishments.
The association also argues, based on surveys conducted in Houston, that most consumers already believe they are paying sales tax on mixed drinks in restaurants, Jackson said.
Those who had caffeine-alcohol mixed drinks were also much more likely to say they intended to drive home.
SMIRNOFF Signature Screwdriver -- With its proprietary juice flavor technology, SMIRNOFF Signature Screwdriver closely replicates the taste of the classic vodka and orange juice cocktail and provides the mixed drink experience without the hassle of mixing.
Harris County alone raked in more than $135 million from the sale of mixed drinks.
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Bar Essentials includes two separate tapes: Liquid Assets, a 30-minute program that uses four classic cocktails to demonstrate the cardinal rules of good beverage service; and Mixology: making Great Cocktails, a 45-minute video detailing the fundamentals of creating mixed drinks and providing the basic rules of good bartending.
The neck tag shows recipes for six mixed drinks as well as summer related offers -- including a beach bag, baseball hat, barcecue apron and garden umbrella.
Bars throughout the arena did a brisk business in flutes of sparkling Champagne and mixed drinks.
While Irish and Scotch are both to be enjoyed by themselves, irish takes more readily to mixed drinks.
The top 10 mixed drinks in the 2000 survey included many of the same drinks as in 1999 but with a few additions.