mishmash of lifeless streets and about as interesting as an East German railroad yard.
Others may have a mishmash of views with a number of foundations.
doesn't the present mishmash of a system require a comprehensive reevaluation?
mishmash of wonderful ideas but are unsure how best to implement them.
mishmash of cultures.
mishmash of misunderstanding, gross exaggeration and things that are just plain wrong ', as he put it.
Quickly, people found that they really wanted to have better music on the web - but with different browsers, different platforms, and different musical file types, there was originally a huge mishmash of codes used.
mishmash of styles, cultures and influences, his legacy is clear.
It is hard to know how any honest man can present such a mishmash of unfounded assertion as evidence.
The pitfalls are that of creating a mishmash and that of promoting indifference.
A sonic mishmash will be mr in the bag insurance market.
But they've been churning out lots of new 40x40 Landrangers in the past year, with the usual mishmash of good and bad.
More a pop orchestral mishmash than a well-defined rock opus, Bat III is dark, seemingly hopeless at times, and Ã¼ber dramatic.
The gypsy style celebrated in art and culture has a Renaissance look with a mishmash of bold colors.
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