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slagging

[′slag·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Freeing from or converting into slag.
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Aurora mitigates slagging and fouling, reduces corrosion, and improves the overall system to produce more megawatts (MW), especially when burning non-design fuels.
I couldn't care less whether a player is from Tyneside or Timbuktu, and I'm not slagging them off, I'm only expressing my opinion.
50pm IT'S THE last two shows of the season, and therefore your last chance to relax, kick back and enjoy the slagging with the Ballydung brothers.
The Brazilian, who now plays for AEK Athens, has been slagging off his old club and last week paid the price with a defamation lawsuit.
We can't do that if Tony's slagging Gordon and Gordon's slagging Charles (Clarke).
IT is all very well Lorne Jackson slagging off the BNP and people who vote for them.
Williams explained: "We've been slagging each other off and I felt if he started slagging me off again what happened could have been ugly for boxing.
And props to CMT for slagging themselves for not airing Cash's video for ``Delia's Gone.
Coulter responded by slagging the Review's editorial staff as "just girly-boys.
Foundries can save energy costs by using off-peak melting, minimizing the time that the furnace lid is open for slagging and installing a furnace cover, according to Ilic.
It would use a pressurized slagging combustor, hot-gas cleanup, and a modified gas turbine.
com) developed ChemVactor(TM) to reduce slagging, and reduce fouling, and corrosion problems that plague coal-fired electric utility boilers and cause efficiency, health and safety concerns.