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


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


On drawings, abbr. for mixture.


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Assume that there exists [X.sub.i.sup.n] = [f.sub.i.sup.n](u) ~ [F.sub.i], 1 [less than or equal to] i [less than or equal to] n such that for some sequences [[alpha].sub.n] [down arrow]q, [[beta].sub.n] [up arrow] 1, the asymptotic mixability condition (AM) holds
Upscale products are attracting consumers back to whiskies, as are marketing approaches stressing heritage and mixability.
Viscosity measurement techniques have been researched for characterizing the flow and mixability of highly non-Newtonian fluids.
We also look for proper viscosity, ease of cleanup, and mixability to be able to print PMS colors"
[Delta][G.sub.m] [is greater than] 0; "practical case" of technological mixability
George Spirits, also introduced a clear brandy last year, although in that case, the purpose was not mixability.)
Citrus vodkas have proven suitable for easy-to-make-at-home cocktails like the Cosmo, Moscow Mule and others, while the already-easy mixability of rum with soda and juices makes the tangy citrus flavors steady performers for the two white spirits.
And there is the undiminished phenomenon of the Brandy Old-Fashioned, an upper Midwest (in particular Wisconsin) favorite, which certainly helps keep alive the idea of brandy's mixability.
Optimum Nutrition has been setting standard for sports nutrition quality, mixability and flavor since 1986.
Marketing manager with wines and spirits company Coe Vintners, Nick Gillett, said vodka had been able to surpass gin in the popularity stakes because of its greater 'mixability'.
Recent marketing embraced the brand's mixability, including a 2,400-gallon MonkeyMixer cocktail shaker traveling the country, serving drinks from its chute, and the Ultimate Bartender Championship and Bartender Academy programs.
'While there remain plenty of rusted-on mainstream gin drinkers, there is an entirely new generation of drinkers who are loving the new bold flavors, the delicious mixability and uniqueness-to-place gins that are coming from all comers of the globe."