Blending [verb]

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The hand-poured candles made of a coconut wax blend with a cotton wick come in a reusable ceramic container in either orange or neutral.

This strange blend of science fiction with history is utterly bizarre, but so compelling, and Ubisoft expertly made all of it come together.

Generously season the chicken with the seasoning blend, rubbing some under the skin and inside the cavity of the bird.

One that has a blend of fabrics you can’t name but allows you to go trail running or mountain biking after work without becoming a sweating, stinking mess.

To determine how well these blends would work for building, the scientists tested the materials’ strength and resistance to bending.

The collection consists of five jars of 100% plant-based supplement powders with whole-food nutrients and herbal blends, intended to provide better sleep, boost immunity, and improve overall health.

Two layers of Buff’s new merino fleece—a blend of 98 percent wool and 2 percent elastane that is stretchy, soft, and snug—make this lid special.

We were definitely getting our feet wet just seeing how this industry was going to work … how we were gonna mesh as a group because we were thrown on stage and we had to find our blend.

Certain features of the new compound raise hopes that the right blend of atoms could someday be found.

The Heat struggled with a blend of switches and soft hedges that let James feast in ways he could not have if Butler, Andre Iguodala or Bam Adebayo were on him instead.