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slush

 [slush]
an ice solution with a consistency like that of snow, used for preservation.
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As the slushy drink flows through the dispensing machine's chilled pipework, it freezes solid to cause a blockage.
Rip open the frozen pouch, and just squeeze out a slushy cocktail that tastes like it's right out of the blender.
A CITY shopping centre is trying to get customers in the mood for love by launching an appeal for slushy poems.
There were also entries for Home Alone, starring Macaulay Culkin, slushy Richard Atten-borough film Miracle On 34th Street, Dudley Moore dud Santa Claus: The Movie and Billy Bob Thornton's bad taste comedy Bad Santa.
Slushy new hit Song For Lovers will make them famous all over again.
Process until slushy and blended but very small pieces of ice remain.
Snow mixed with rain was forecast for today and Thursday, with a slushy inch or two expected to accumulate.
The Long Goodbye Ronan Keating (Polydor) * If Ronan Keating really is trying to shake off his squeaky clean image he's going to have to do something a little more daring and adventurous than this slushy ballad.
New stereo images of Ganymede suggest these swaths are the aftermath of eruptions of water or slushy ice that gave parts of the moon a facelift a billion or more years ago.
A large number of Italian resorts are closed and France's lower runs are slushy.