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MASH

(măsh)
abbr.
Mobile Army Surgical Hospital

MASH

[mash]
abbreviation for mobile army surgical hospital.

MASH

Abbreviation for:
Magnesium and Acetylsalicylic acid in Subarachnoid Haemorrhage

mash

dry food moistened with a little water. See also bran mash.
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As the American evidently wakes up on the peckish side, he also munches his way through a five-egg omelette, three chocolate chip pancakes, three slices of sugar-coated French toast, a bowl of boiled corn mash and two cups of coffee.
Congress passed a law in 1964 that defined and still protects bourbon's integrity: It must contain no less than 51 percent corn mash (although that mash can contain malted barley, rye and wheat, as well); must be distilled at no more than 160 proof; cannot be placed into a barrel higher than 125 proof; and must be aged for a minimum of two years in a charred, new white oak barrel.
While the poor-performing seal was a problem, the scenario was complicated by the physical product created at the facility: a sticky, yellow corn mash containing 30% to 35% solids that typically required double seals.
In The "Cold Microwave" process, the state-of-the-art ethanol plant pre-cooks the corn mash using our low-energy ultrasonic "cold microwave," and then when it is cooked it can have more valuable sugars released for making fuel.