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actually find the above mixin overkill in most cases and prefer to use the rhythm function instead. Note that this is a function not a mixin as shown above. Mixins begin with @include and usually spit out one or more css rules. Functions are similar but return values that are used within a css rule. Let's say I just want to set all 4 margins on my

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actually find the above mixin overkill in most cases and prefer to use the rhythm function instead. Note that this is a function not a mixin as shown above. Mixins begin with @include and usually spit out one or more css rules. Functions are similar but return values that are used within a css rule. Let's say I just want to set all 4 margins on my

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actually find the above mixin overkill in most cases and prefer to use the rhythm function instead. Note that this is a function not a mixin as shown above. Mixins begin with @include and usually spit out one or more css rules. Functions are similar but return values that are used within a css rule. Let's say I just want to set all 4 margins on my

actually find the above mixin overkill in most cases and prefer to use the rhythm function instead. Note that this is a function not a mixin as shown above. Mixins begin with @include and usually spit out one or more css rules. Functions are similar but return values that are used within a css rule. Let's say I just want to set all 4 margins on my

actually find the above mixin overkill in most cases and prefer to use the rhythm function instead. Note that this is a function not a mixin as shown above. Mixins begin with @include and usually spit out one or more css rules. Functions are similar but return values that are used within a css rule. Let's say I just want to set all 4 margins on my

actually find the above mixin overkill in most cases and prefer to use the rhythm function instead. Note that this is a function not a mixin as shown above. Mixins begin with @include and usually spit out one or more css rules. Functions are similar but return values that are used within a css rule. Let's say I just want to set all 4 margins on my

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