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  1. Hybrids

    Hybrids is a 1999 remix album by The Creatures. The tracks included are remixes of their songs recorded between 1998 and early 1999. Most of the songs are extended mixes. Several were previously released on 12" promo singles and CD singles, but others were completely remade. The Independent on Sunday noted that some remixes were created by different artists: "This is the pick of a crop that includes Howie B., Witchman and The Beloved, plus newer artists such as Icarus or Dr Psyche. While there are some chunky beats and catchy loops, it's better suited to home listening rather than the dancefloor". Q's Victoria Segal said: "So Howie B takes a knife to the sexually watchful 'Prettiest Thing'; Black Dog unbolt the beats of 'Guillotine' into disjunctive abstraction, and Witchman has his evil way with 'Say'. Twice. Running its finger along the cutting edge, Hybrids is a bravely bloody genetic experiment."

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  1. hybrids

    Plural form of the word hybrid.

    The genetic engineers used a hybrid to create a new type of food in the laboratory.

    Submitted by MaryC on January 18, 2017  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Hybrids in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Hybrids in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

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  1. The EPA:

    We believe hybrids and plug-in electric vehicles are important for the long term, as nearly all experts expect gasoline prices to rise again.

  2. Philippe Bodereau:

    The banking sector's strong and improving credit fundamentals and the compelling absolute and relative valuations of bank hybrids should result in attractive long-term total returns for our clients, this strategy offers potentially higher risk-adjusted returns than equities and high-yield debt by capitalizing on opportunities created by relative value dislocations in the U.S. and in Europe.

  3. Niall Caldwell:

    What we're trying to do is make a hybrid technology that is very low cost, it's made with conventional materials such as steel, rather than exotic and rare materials such as lithium, which can really be applied globally to make a hybrid system that pays for itself as a business case, without subsidy, and we think that's the key to making all the world's buses hybrids.

  4. Dario Scaffardi:

    I do think the 'dieselisation' has plateaued and there will be a little bit of a comeback of gasoline, particularly for small vehicles and hybrids, today it makes more sense from technical standpoint for small engines to be gasoline.

  5. Benjamin Arbuckle:

    Since hybrids are usually sterile, it means there was a remarkable level of energy devoted to constantly capturing and raising wild onagers, breeding them with domestic donkeys and then training these teams of prestigious kungas( which would only last for one generation).

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