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slusher

[′sləsh·ər]
(engineering)
A method for the application of vitreous enamel slip to ware by dashing it on the ware to cover all its parts, excess then being removed by shaking the ware.
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Through a collaborative method, Slushers (registered users) review, share, and fund their favorite submissions.
Before that, it was known as the legendary Algoden Hotel, once the subject of a Stompin' Tom Connors song, Muckin' Slushers.
Carl also collects corn items (a handsome display mounted on weathered barn boards included a corn knife, thumbstall and husking pegs) and slip scrapers, slosh buckets and slushers.
Broken ore is moved to ore passes by means of slushers.
Selectivity is paramount and so low-tonnage mining equipment including jacklegs and slushers are used in narrow stopes, though drill jumbos and Atlas Copco Wagner LHDs are used in the wider areas.
Prior to 1991, almost all the mining was done by cut-and-fill stoping using slushers.
Slushers sued the mining lessee for damages for failure to pay royalties that the lessee would have owed the Slushers.
Ore is mucked by slushers into 2-st ore cars which are trammed along 8 x 8-ft.
Joy slushers (30 kw) are used to scrape the ore to the boxhole.
Conventional mining areas use handheld jackleg and stoper drills, air and electric-powered slushers, and 2-[yd.