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Sentences with the noun Amalgam

5 examples:

The CEO of Hooli is Gavin Belson - who acts as the sort of amalgam of all big, powerful, ruthless Valley CEO’s.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Archaeologists who analyzed a buried structure at the Ceibal site in Guatemala suggest that Maya culture grew from an amalgam of influences.
(Eryn Brown in Los Angeles Times - Science, )

If so, you’ve experienced “hangry” (an amalgam of hungry and angry) – the phenomenon whereby some people get grumpy and short-tempered when they’re overdue for a feed.
(The Independent - Health & Families, )

“Jekyll + Hyde,” the Zac Brown Band’s new album, offers an amalgam of soft rock, country-rock, hard rock, heavyish metal, big band music, bluegrass and a touch of electronic music.
(The New York Times - Arts, )

A phenomenon once confined to the largest cloud-based software companies like Amazon, Google and Facebook, what NetApp execs call "hyper-scalers" that have abandoned traditional, gold-plated "enterprise" hardware for an amalgam of cheap, redundant servers running a new generation of distributed software, is spreading.
(Forbes - Technology, )

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The freewheeling SXSW amalgam is a vivid contrast to the buttoned-down CES show.
(USA Today - Tech, )

Bath’s bid to reach a first European Cup semi-final in nine years ended in an agonising amalgam of wondrous attack and calamitous errors.
(The Independent - Sport, )

In a world of geopolitical instability this merger of assets spreads economic, mineral, geographic and cash flow risks over a far more diverse amalgam of assets.
(Forbes - Technology, )

At a glance, DNA is a rather simple sequence of A, G, C, T bases, but once it is packaged by histone proteins into an amalgam called chromatin, a more complex picture emerges.
(Science Daily - News, )

There are huge variations in charges at private dentists - ranging from £40 to £190 for a simple amalgam filling and £350 to £1,100 for a crown, leading to patients delaying vital appointments.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Pancreatic cancers consist of a heterogeneous amalgam of assorted cell types, making it challenging to develop a classification system that groups these tumors according to common molecular features.
(Nature Genetics, )

They've blanketed Twitter, Facebook and banner ad slots the world wide web over, promoting the self-described "F2P Mobile MMO," whose title is an apparent word vomit amalgam of Game of Thrones, God of War, Fire Emblem and Dragon Age, none of which it emulates in the least.
(Forbes - Business, )

Sadly, the sea-change suggested by that BBC Sound of 2015 victory doesn’t translate to their debut album: a slick amalgam of 2014’s sounds, Communion won’t give fans of Disclosure or Sam Smith much cause for alarm, or anyone else – surely – much cause for excitement.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

The Dell-EMC amalgam makes a lot of sense through the close-focus lens of short-term synergies, protecting established enterprise customers and horizontally filling out a legacy product portfolio, however strategically it looks to be more an act of reactive weakness, if not desperation.
(Forbes - Technology, )

Together, this amalgam of technologies are the foundation for so-called Platform 3.0 applications and as EMC's president of products and marketing, Jeremy Burton, told attendees at EMC World this week, building them requires new approaches to application architecture and infrastructure hardware.
(Forbes - Technology, )

Anyone who has ever experienced the uniquely soul-stirring amalgam of musical celebration, spiritual rejuvenation, intellectual provocation and physical release-to-the-point-of-exhaustion that is a concert by Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band will feel right at home in the 508 pages of “Born...
(Los Angeles Times - Entertainment News, )

Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder – “Songs on the Death of Children” – purvey an unnerving amalgam of bereftness and disbelief; the poems had been written by Friedrich Ruckert in memory of two children who had died of scarlet fever, and Mahler’s exquisite settings eerily prefigured the premature death of his own first-born child.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

Christoph Loy’s serenely assured take on Strauss’s teasing amalgam of high-flown tragedy and ribald comedy is proving one of the most enduringly enjoyable productions in the Covent Garden repertory; the razzmatazz of the Prologue, with its grand to-and-fro between upstairs and downstairs, gives way to an operatic staging whose elegance perfectly matches the restrained beauty of the score.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

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