amalgamator


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amalgamator

[ə′mal·gə‚mād·ər]
(metallurgy)
A device for bringing pulverized ore into contact with mercury to form an amalgam from which the metal is subsequently recovered.
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In other words, what on the surface is seemingly individual behavior is a big part of a time-tested stratagem of Eurasian supremacy domination and ADP who are amalgamators and outmarriage participants are being used or "played" to that end.
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Drawing on Foucault's theories of sexuality and governmentality, Nyong'o engagingly discusses attitudes toward amalgamation or amalgamators, including reactions to David Ruggles, a black traveling agent for an antislavery journal, E.