Mixer

Mixer is British slang for a troublemaker.
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Mixer

Mixer is British slang for a troublemaker.
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Mixer

[engine] Turbofan engines often feature an exhaust mixer, where the bypass (cold) air is mixed with the core (hot) exhaust gases, before exhausting to atmospheric pressure through a common (mixed flow) propelling nozzle. ==Benefits== The mixer reduces the velocity of the exiting air, and consequently, reducing the amount of noise produced.
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Mixer

[cooking] A mixer is a kitchen appliance intended for mixing, folding, beating, and whipping food ingredients. Mixers come in two major variations, hand mixers and stand mixers. A hand mixer, as the name implies, is a hand-held mixing device. The modern electrically powered type consists of a handle mounted over a large enclosure containing
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Mixer

A large worktop piece of electrical equipment which has the capacity to mix large amounts of batter or dough. Food mixers also often have useful extra attachments such as a blender, juice extractor, pasta maker or coffee grinder.
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Mixer

1) Sound control desk, used to mix and adjust levels of sounds from various sources. 2) The operator of the sound control desk.
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mixer

[n] - club soda or fruit juice used to mix with alcohol 2. [n] - electronic equipment that mixes two or more input signals to give a single output signal 3. [n] - a kitchen utensil that is used for mixing foods
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Mixer

1) A console, or other device that blends audio signals into composite signals and has a small number of outputs.
2) A section on a console that does this function.
3) In Europe, a fader.
4) An engineer or technician who mixes, especially a live sound mix at a performance.
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Mixer

A desk comprising a number of input channels where each sound source is provided with its own control channel through which sound signals are routed into two or more outputs. Many mixing desks can also change the quality of the sound (see Equalization). A Powered Mixer has an amplifier built into it. Sound sources of varying levels are accepted whi
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Mixer

a hardware or software device that combines multiple audio signals into one destination signal. Mixers usually provide control over the volume and/or stereo balance of each source signal. a recording device that allows several different audio sources to be combined. Provides independent control over each signal's loudness and stereo position. A dev
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Mixer

Or Mixing Desk. A device for mixing together and modifying sounds from a variety of sources: microphones, tapes, CDs, musical instruments, etc..
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Mixer

Mix'er noun A person who has social intercourse with others of many sorts; a person viewed as to his casual sociability; -- commonly used with some characterizing adjective; as, a good mixer ; a bad mixer . [ Colloq. or Slang, U. S.]
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Mixer

Mix'er noun One who, or that which, mixes.
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mixer

noun a kitchen utensil that is used for mixing foods
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mixer

noun club soda or fruit juice used to mix with alcohol
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Mixer

• (n.) One who, or that which, mixes. • (n.) A person who has social intercourse with others of many sorts; a person viewed as to his casual sociability; -- commonly used with some characterizing adjective; as, a good mixer; a bad mixer.
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mixer

(from the article `baking`) ...Roman professional bakers introduced technological improvements, many were of minor importance, and some were essentially reintroductions of ... ...added at this stage, although it is usually added later, and one-half to three-fourths of the salt may be added to control fermentation. The ... The horizon...
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mixer

(from the article `jet engine`) The afterburner in a turbofan usually requires a mixer for mixing the relatively cool bypass air with the hot core stream ( Figure 6); the cooler air ...
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Mixer

Final component in Linac low-level RF system that passes the RF signal to the amplifier chain when gate signal arrives from waveform generator/sequencer.
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Mixer

Equipment used for mixing or blending the materials used in the manufacture of concrete, grout or mortar.
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Mixer

1.: A device for blending together sounds from multple sources with a volume control for each. 2.: The person who sits at the mixing console during the mix, who decides initially on how the sounds are to be combined (you are the one with final say), and operates the faders and other audio controls
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Mixer

A machine used for blending the constituents of concrete, grout, mortar, cement paste, or other mixture.
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Mixer

Final component in Linac low-level RF system that passes the RF signal to the amplifier chain when gate signal arrives from waveform generator/sequencer.
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mixer

equipment for mixing programme signals Examples: Sound mixer, vision mixer
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mixer

mixer, either of two electronic devices in which two or more signals are combined. In the type of mixer used in radio receivers, radar receivers, and similar systems, a signal is translated upward or downward in frequency. The basic property of such a device is that its output is not directly propor...
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