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Blending

Describing a strategy, price or anything else that combines two or more factors. For example, a blended fund includes both value stocks and growth stocks. Likewise, a blended rate is often the average of two or more interest rates.
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For example, a malty Assam tea combined with a bright Ceylon tea will blend into a robust tea that has a sharp color and strong body.
For PA-6/ABS blends, the increase in blend Young's modulus was significant with increasing MWNT loading.
Offset axis of rotation causes a complex pattern of particle movement within the container for an accurate and efficient blend.
Place milk, strawberries, sugar and ice (if using) in a blender container and blend until smooth and frothy.
Test results released in September 2003 by the Massachusetts Oilheat Council (MOC) and the National Oilheat Research Alliance found that a blend of 80 percent low-sulfur heating oil and B20 reduced sulfur oxide emissions by as much as 80 percent or more.
The 5- to 19-millimeter nominal maximum size shingle/RAP blends were developed based on recommendations from the contractor's previous experimentation.
Orange blossoms' sweet nectar flavor makes them very popular in herbal blends.
The setpoint (desired blend) is set by the blend calculations performed in a MOD 30 Sequence and Logic Unit (SLU).
Optional TrueBlend configurations include "removable" additive hoppers on TB 100 and TB250 models and high-temperature models designed to blend hot dried resins up to 375 E Inlet/outlet ports allow for blanketing material compartments with dry air.
For example, you may be considering a blend of two types of tea with a liquid flavoring with two types of flower.
To boost, add a scoop of protein powder, if desired, and blend in.