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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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For this socio-spatial study, the hybridism between textual, visual, and oral allows a layered understanding of the world of 16 students who identify as racial and ethnic minorities with disabilities.
Both exhibited personalized rule of hybridism, party leaders acted and ruled like military dictators taking decisions whimsically.
In this case, the bigger the fluctuation, that is, the greater the diversity in the naming and its hybridism, the lesser the power of the particular group in the recontextualized practice.
It is a good bet that this blend of WASP/Latino/ Catholic hybridism would make Jeb Bush a formidable general-election candidate.
Holder and Jocelyn Moody, or the fascinating and troubling matter of hybridism, explored in the articles by Linda Furgeson Selzer and Marina Fedosia.
In addition to the idea of syncretism and hybridism, Ashcroft et al.
artifices, such as hybridism of genres, relativization of the truth,
in a process which led to continual transmission, hybridism, and the sponsorship of new inventions" (Bergdoll xvii).
These images construct a discourse on modernity that reflects on the profound hybridism of Latin American culture, from the Caribbean to Tierra del Fuego, that points as much to the region's natural wealth as to its material and spiritual history.
First are her works that deal with the concepts of migration, identity, hybridism, memory, and boundaries.