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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).

(3) (Mix) A website that aggregates personalized content for members. Originally developed as StumbleUpon in 2001, it migrated to Mix in 2018. Members are asked to select at least three categories of interest, and they may follow other members that share similar interests. For more information, visit www.mix.com.
References in classic literature ?
Thus any mixed drink is called {omicron iota nu omicron sigma}, 'wine.' Hence Ganymede is said 'to pour the wine to Zeus,' though the gods do not drink wine.
So, Mr Venus mixes, and Wegg mixes; and Mr Venus lights and puffs, and Wegg lights and puffs.
Having now hitched his wooden leg and his chair close in front of Mr Venus, Mr Wegg rapidly mixes for both, gives his visitor his glass, touches its rim with the rim of his own, puts his own to his lips, puts it down, and spreading his hands on his visitor's knees thus addresses him:
The duds are a little mixed in style, but I reckon they're clean and whole, and a man might face a lady in 'em.
She set me on a richly decorated seat inlaid with silver, there was a footstool also under my feet, and she mixed a mess in a golden goblet for me to drink; but she drugged it, for she meant me mischief.
A third mixed some sweet wine with water in a silver bowl and put golden cups upon the tables, while the fourth brought in water and set it to boil in a large cauldron over a good fire which she had lighted.
"When I have mixed this honey with the paste of the bread-fruit," said he, "I shall be able to offer you a succulent cake."
They were the mixed result of young and noble impulse struggling amidst the conditions of an imperfect social state, in which great feelings will often take the aspect of error, and great faith the aspect of illusion.
Aristotle's mixed constitution springs from a recognition of sectional interests in the state.
You will not take it amiss if I express my strong disapproval of your allowing yourself, on any pretense whatever, to be mixed up for the future with your sister's proceedings.
I should have feared, too, for her health, and for everything but her principles--there I believe she is not to be injured by her mother, or her mother's friends; but with those friends she must have mixed (a very bad set, I doubt not), or have been left in total solitude, and I can hardly tell which would have been worse for her.
`He brought pure water and mixed it with Ocean's streams.'