Slurry

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A slurry composed of glass beads in and oil flowing down an inclined plane.

A slurry is, in general, a thick suspension of solids in a liquid.

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There are many kinds of slurries, including

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  6. SurryTech.co.za, "Why use slurry as a fertilizer?"; retrieved 2012-4-25.
  7. HitachiZosen.co, "Slurry Ice Plants"; retrieved 2012-4-25.
  8. EngTips.com, "Creating a Ceramic Slurry"; retrieved 2012-4-25.
  9. FoodNetwork.com, "Slurry"; retrieved 2012-4-25.

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