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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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In both the cities, the rain made a slushy mess on the sidewalks, leaving puddles in places and making it difficult for pedestrians to get across the streets and creating problems for motorists.
All of my equipment, slushy machines and milkshake machines, lighting, water coolers and all of my money.
Visitors to the bar can also order an Eton Mess slushy or straight up Eton Mess for PS8.
3 Using a fork, break up the ice crystals around the edge and stir into the slushy centre.
It encourages the formation of slushy ice, which is mechanically weaker than the asphalt and therefore substantially reduces the risk of damage.
The winery, which currently has three slushy machines, will rotate the seven flavors.
As he rubbed the ashes on my forehead, I felt the blessing they offered--the promise of a Lent when the slushy mess of winter would slowly melt into the spring of Resurrection.
The reality TV star who now seems to think he's credible follows-up the high camp of his dire last single Switch It On with a plodding, slushy ballad.
A Springfield couple died Monday when their BMW slid on a slushy road and was struck by another car on Santiam Pass.
Another choice is to freeze Kool-Aid in the Kool Kube tray and then crush using the slushy attachment.
Among other things, Whitley alleged the company had improperly influenced a marketing test of its slushy Frozen Coke product in Burger King stores by paying in intermediary to take hundreds of children to the stores and buy the slushy drink.
Help has arrived for Alan Hopkinson, of Wirksworth, Derbys, the man whose potatoes turned into a slushy mess whenever he tried to boil them.