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slush

Nautical waste fat from the galley of a ship

slush

[sləsh]
(hydrology)
Snow or ice on the ground that has been reduced to a soft, watery mixture by rain, warm temperature, or chemical treatment.
(oceanography)

slush

Water-saturated snow which with a heel-and-toe slap-down motion against the ground will be displaced with a splatter. Its specific gravity is between 0.5 and 0.8 (ICAO).
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"To get the best from their slush machines, retailers must ensure that they are positioned in a prominent location," says Fish.
A VILLAGE shop is making WKD alcoholic slushes after people couldn't get enough of their Strongbow Dark Fruit recipe last summer.
Flavours of his speciality slushes include Monster, Relentless, Coca Cola, Irn Bru, Rubicon and pretty much any other flavour you can imagine.
'The document we have shows that he benefitted to the tune of N156 million from that slush fund.
The Slush GIA is an opportunity to open many doors for the participants to grow, she said.
Wayne Phillips and Daniel Sturrock, owners of Cynwyl Elfed shop and post office, had emptied their slush machine after a busy day at a school sports event.
A parking lot near a Norilsk metallurgical plant appeared to have been most affected by the slush.
Hungry Horse pub The Gold Medal on Chowdene Bank has added Strongbow Dark Fruit Slush to its drinks menu and the reaction to the news has been nothing short of insane.
The same report showed thatthe agency had created a hidden slush fund, and the money in that fund was sufficient to prevent layoffs.<br />Lawmakers on each side of the aisle as well as new officials in the agency reamed the past administration for its actions and called them unjustifiable.
When the sun is shining like it is today in Liverpool, there are few things we crave more than an ice cold Slush Puppie, just like we used to have when we were younger.