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commingling

[kō′miŋ·gliŋ]
(petroleum engineering)
Blending of petroleum products with similar properties; usually performed to facilitate transportation in a pipeline.
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The transaction includes LSC's commingle facility located in Aurora, Illinois, which LSC acquired as part of the acquisition of RRD Print Logistics in July of 2018.
In short, absent certain exceptions, an insurance agent or broker may not commingle premium funds with non-premium funds.
While science critics might have consumers believe the words biotechnology, sustainability, environment and industry together make strange bedfellows, the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) shares with manufacturers and consumers information that shows the worlds can commingle.
Presort houses work because they commingle your mail with others using their service and they can get good economics of scale, particularly with high-speed (expensive) sorting equipment....
The first provision gives the Vermont Commissioner of Insurance the flexibility to waive investment code restrictions for sponsored captives where such action is reasonably justified and gives the sponsored captive owner the ability to commingle investments by participants in a single sponsored captive cell.
They pointed out that, by declaring the bill deposit in the nature of a loan - the relationship between the distribution utility and the consumers is deemed that of a debtor and creditor - it follows that the distribution utility can use the said bill deposit and commingle the same with its other funds.
Lodging Interactive, a US-based provider of Internet and social media marketing services to the hospitality industry, has offered a free social media marketing audit service to hotels through its subsidiary, CoMMingle.
* After the company receives its tax refund, CPAs should recommend it place the funds in escrow and not commingle them with any other money.