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The form of government which is usually termed mixt has always appeared to me to be a mere chimera.
The shoemaker's needed, the tailor's needed, the butcher—gives us meat—the butcher—wait a little, I'm getting mixt.
She sent Molly to Butler's store and she got some mapel seerop and mixt it all up with the sugar and a lot of other good stuff.Deer Godchild|Marguerite Bernard and Edith Serrell
That Foxes also are white in Winter; and Squirrels grayish, mixt of dark and white colour.
Hot water was mixt with the wine in the Greek churches for some centuries, and this custom is seen in catacomb paintings.