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Hybrid

A package of two or more different kinds of risk management instruments that are usually interactive.
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Deciding this was a waste of club funds, members were also alarmed by suggestions that inter-breeding could have damaging long-term eects on native wild brown trout.
Some are the product of over-breeding or inter-breeding.
I've seen them at Royal Ascot, Henley and Cowdray Park, dressed in their ludicrous outfits, networking with their backs to the sporting action, swapping tales about skiing hols, with some hoping for a spot of top-stock inter-breeding which may lead to a society wedding.
A separate analysis of gene variants in Neandertals and in people from different parts of the world also found signs of Stone Age inter-breeding outside Africa.
And I knew the industry needs cross-breeding, not inter-breeding. In 2004 it was making a pounds 1m-a-day loss - and they still wanted me to go native.
One of the greatest threats to the wildcat, even in its mountain stronghold in the Cairngorms national park, is inter-breeding.
Madness (worryingly common in Worcestershire and Herefordshire) was more the result of inter-breeding.
Once found across the British mainland, habitat loss and inter-breeding with domestic cats has led to numbers falling dramatically, with a small population still clinging on in Scotland.

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