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slush

Nautical waste fat from the galley of a ship

slush

[sləsh]
(hydrology)
Snow or ice on the ground that has been reduced to a soft, watery mixture by rain, warm temperature, or chemical treatment.
(oceanography)

slush

Water-saturated snow which with a heel-and-toe slap-down motion against the ground will be displaced with a splatter. Its specific gravity is between 0.5 and 0.8 (ICAO).
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Soft serve ice cream, slush drinks, and iced drinks make it easy to find a dessert for any occasion.
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The forthcoming two-day Slush conference on 18-19 November at the Helsinki Exhibition and Convention Centre is expected to attract more than 10,000 visitors from around 70 countries.
0125in] deep, or slush or loose snow equivalent to more than 3mm [0.
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Weather expert Paul Stevens from Salendine Nook said: "On low ground it fell as rain and slush yet on the higher ground it fell as snow and this went on for much of the afternoon into the evening.
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Fluid PVC micro-beads for slush and rotational moulding of skins for automotive interior parts are now being offered worldwide by Teknor Apex of the USA - which runs the former BIP plant at Oldbury in the West Midlands.