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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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Many sweet peas are still bred by enthusiastic amateur hybridists, who sell the best of their new varieties to the big seed companies.
I want to begin by exploring in more general terms the possible functions of refrain in nativist and hybridist texts; I will then relate this theoretical background to the personal and politico-cultural motivations and circumstances that inform Ali's adoption of the ghazal; and, finally, I will turn to Ali's ghazals themselves.
Luther Burbank, the southern Californian hybridist, visited the fort in 1900, vacationing from his work developing a spineless cactus for the Australian outback.
The Wake's hybridist nature extends beyond genre, even beyond portmanteau words, indeed to the most atomic level of text (letters, punctuation, sigla of all forms).
Wright in Saskatoon assesses the success of his roses in a letter to plant hybridist Isabella Preston; WR Leslie, former superintendent of the Dominion Experimental Farm at Morden, expounds the protective role of snow cover in one of the first of his more than 1500 "Over the Garden Wall" columns for the Winnipeg Free Press; and Frank L.
Cook-Lynn is interested in the Indianness of indian literature rather than the various ways in which it is a European borrowing as hybridist critics have claimed.