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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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To keep it oozy longer, set it on a warmer (see page 98).
To be honest, the cheese - gloriously oozy Epoisses, so soft it could be eaten with a spoon - is so pungent it could probably walk home by itself.
The man sure had a palate covered o'er / With brass or JL steel, that on the rocky shore / First broke the oozy oyster's pearly coat / And risk'd the living morsel down his throat," wrote John Gay (1685-1732), one of many poets since antiquity who became fascinated with the subject.
The menu boasts of such dishes as oozy triple cheese house burger, turkey burger, salmon, cheese fries and milk shakes, but all of it is done with panache.
24, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Kids and adults will love discovering the science behind the slimy, mushy, oozy, and stinky things that occur every day in the human body at Grossology: The Impolite Science of the Human Body now on display at the Alden B.
After a sharp yank, the tool brings up a half-meter core of oozy, gray silt.
It was not just mud, but slimy, grasping, oozy, sticky black mud - stinking like an athlete's armpit after a marathon in the tropics.
com WE'RE Going on a Bear Hunt: From Monday, join Arc Stockton's intrepid adventurers on their quest to find a bear as they wade through the gigantic swishy swashy grass, the splishy splashy river and the thick oozy, squelchy mud
These were lovely thick slabs of ham, with oozy egg, chunky chips and peas.
In the style of a big, crunchy fishcake, it was lovely and oozy and the sharp, zingy chutney worked a treat with the cheese.
In this way, over time, the best tracks and crossings are discovered, while treacherous localities, those 'mined with under-runners, blind oozy creeks, cliffs and so forth are avoided'.
But the real remained--the real, like the flat, bare, oozy tide-mud, when the blue, sparkling wave, with all its company of gliding boats and white-winged ships, its music of oars and chiming waters, has gone down, and there it lies, flat, slimy, bare--exceedingly real.