Slush sentence example

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  • Ice cracked at the lake's edges at first, revealing a frozen slush beneath.

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  • Don't try to pour your strawberry Daiquiri slush directly from the saucepan or the blender into the glass.

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  • Be sure the train can bustle securely, however, so it will not drag through snow and slush.

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  • If you are in the middle of winter, try tucking those jeans into your knee-high Western boots to keep them safe from slush and puddles.

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  • Shake the whole thing around, and the salt will melt some of the ice, making the whole ice slush very cold.

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  • I have to admit, my knowledge of Norway is somewhat limited beyond it tasting of blue Slush Puppy.

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  • For example, John Jarrold bought only two unsolicited novels from the slush pile in the last 7 years.

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  • It only lasted a day tho and then we had slush for about a week.

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  • Following evisceration they are cooled in either slush ice or a spin chiller.

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  • The balance goes in a slush fund—to fix wind­shields of government cars that get smashed by trashcans—stuff like that.

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  • In some places the tracks were coated in deep slush that was partially frozen making for some interesting driving conditions!

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  • I know that it'll be bloody slippery underfoot and it'll soon turn into nasty brown slush.

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  • Coconut slush Ingredients 25g creamed coconut 2 x 15ml spoons boiling water 300ml goat's milk 2 x 5ml spoons clear honey.

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  • It's all spotless, silent blankets of white instead of soggy, gray slush.

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  • Shops selling skiing tat, expensive bars, bare concrete architecture with wedges of frozen slush on each step.

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  • Ice cracked at the lake 's edges at first, revealing a frozen slush beneath.

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  • In some places the tracks were coated in deep slush that was partially frozen making for some interesting driving conditions !

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  • No major publisher now takes on authors from their slush pile; authors have to use agents.

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  • Make the vehicles a slush fund a computer allowing human body quot.

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  • However, one source of pleasure always denied them both was Mr Frosty, maker of slush puppies.

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  • The slush money then weed them the strategic development.

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  • Driving slush pumps was not the only oilfield pumping application for which Paxman engines were supplied.

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  • It 's all spotless, silent blankets of white instead of soggy, gray slush.

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  • There are several different recipes for a strawberry Daiquiri slush that you can try.

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  • Basically, a slush is a frozen drink that is similar in consistency to an Italian ice.

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  • And, no, we don't mean traipse through the house with slush covered boots.

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  • Coconut slush Ingredients 25g creamed coconut slush Ingredients 25g creamed coconut 2 x 15ml spoons boiling water 300ml goat's milk 2 x 5ml spoons clear honey.

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  • When using a recipe for a strawberry Daiquiri slush, one thing to keep in mind is that some people find this drink to be too sweet.

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  • The balance goes in a slush fund—to fix wind­shields of government cars that get smashed by trashcans—stuff like that.

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  • How these different types of snowflakes make it to mother earth and how they fit together once they land can determine whether you'll be bouncing through three feet of light powder snow or submarining under two feet of wet slush.

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  • At the top of Mount Gushmore, individuals gain access to the Teamboat Springs, Summit Plummet and Slush Gusher attractions.

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  • Other attractions include Runoff Rapids, Slush Gusher, Snow Stormers, Summit Plummet, Teamboat Springs and Toboggan Racers.

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  • Mountain winters were always a surprise to lowlanders and easterners, where the chemistry of moisture played games that produced slush and wet snow, not the sparkling crystals so soft a broom could clear a foot-deep snowfall with a few swishes.

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