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ooze

a fine-grained calcareous or siliceous marine deposit consisting of the hard parts of planktonic organisms

ooze

[üz]
(geology)
A soft, muddy piece of ground, such as a bog, usually resulting from the flow of a spring or brook.
A marine pelagic sediment composed of at least 30% skeletal remains of pelagic organisms, the rest being clay minerals.
Soft mud or slime, typically covering the bottom of a lake or river.

OOZE

Object oriented extension of Z. "Object Orientation in Z", S. Stepney et al eds, Springer 1992.
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Therefore it can be also assumed that when the milk the house maid bottle-fed oozed out, the child might have already passed away.
She oozed coolness as she stood with the mic in one hand and a cigarette in the other.
20, a tarlike goo oozed from manholes, buckled a street and forced 130 residents to vacate their apartment building for three days.
For about 5 hours, the larvae oozed digestive juices onto the meat, dissolving it into a slurpable meal.
It is this attention given to the sound and overall concept of the music that makes all the difference: a certain formality in place of illdisciplined jamming, and a clarity of purpose which would ooze with style if style oozed, which I doubt.