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

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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

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

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

(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

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

Ball with action causing the pins to bounce around.
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MIXER

A mechanical or electronic device which allows two different inputs to operate a control surface; flaperons for example
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mixer

A device that adds two or more audio signals together.
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Mixer

A machine that blends various sound sources.
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Mixer

A light pocket hit that scatters the pins resulting in a strike. A ball with a lot of action.
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