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slime

(slīm)
n.
1. A thick, sticky, slippery substance.
2. Biology A mucous substance secreted by certain animals, such as catfishes and slugs.
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I have tried various mould products, I've poured bleach on it, but there is so much of this slime and it's impossible to pick it all up.
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To prevent choking on its own slime, a hagfish can "sneeze" out its slime-filled nostril, and also tie its body into a knot so that its own slime does not drip onto its face, a (http://www.
The benefits of snail slime may have been common knowledge in ancient times, but its rediscovery dates back to the 1980s.
To use it, users need to flip the slime over to access the buttons underneath.
Try this experiment to test how slime helps a slug survive in its environment.
There are plenty of slime toy recipes available online.
The event was a tie-up with the new Nick segment called the Slime Cup, where they get celebrities to show off their sporting skills.
MIXED TROUBLES Andy catches it full in the face as the Nickelodeon pranksters unleash their slime
Andrew Adamatzky (University of the West of England, Bristol, UK) and Theresa Schubert (Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany) have constructed logical circuits that exploit networks of interconnected slime mold tubes to process information.
And it's this slime that's meant to have huge anti-aging benefits because of a mixture of powerful proteins and antioxidants.
Sitting at the Harbour Cafe in Kariba, I was having a conversation with Rick Ward, and it turned to Slime Fishing for Niloticus, and how he had tried and found it so hard to see the bite, yet the locals were creaming them.