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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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These additional materials, inside the levies of muscles of body, are, in fact, as some putrid oozy sites where kinds of microbes of some infectious diseases can grow.
That perfect, oozy egg sandwich is about all I remember of that movie.
To keep it oozy longer, set it on a warmer (see page 98).
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.
3 Continue cooking and adding the stock until the rice is cooked but still has a little bite - the risotto should be oozy but not soupy.
Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: it was a hobbit-hole, and that means comfort.
In a series of altar tableaux--"Autels," 20 12--sinuous, erect tubes and oozy gashes are thinly disguised as various forms of sea life: urchins, corals, and sponges.
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.
It may have its share of creepy, oozy, alien tendrils, but what the film really grasps for is nothing less than the meaning of life and the limits of faith.
The truffles all have cheeky names like Oozy Boozy Caramel (a creamy caramel center surrounded by brandy milk chocolate ganache, encased in milk chocolate and rolled in toasted pecans), You Suck Lemon (fresh lemon white chocolate ganache covered in bittersweet chocolate and dusted with powdered sugar), and this writer's personal favorite, Gordito Picante (smooth cinnamony Mexican chocolate warmed with chili spices and surrounded in milk chocolate and toasted corn tortillas).
These are heavily worked canvases full of drips and oozy swaths of paint bleeding into one another that seduce the eye instead of shocking it.