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  • v. Present participle of slush.

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Examples

  • While I do blog about other topics, this whole livejournal has always revolved around my work as Assistant Editor at RoF, of which the slushing was a significant part.

    April 17th, 2009

  • Today (once I manage to get out from under this cat, get dressed, and get the dog out) my writerly duties include slushing, writing an essay on prosody, and commencing work on The Sea thy Mistress.

    that ain't working

  • With pints of blood slushing out of him he made a dash for about 250 yards to the large, fast, and open river.

    Whitetail Are Tougher Than You Think

  • If the zine has a physical office, order unsolicited pizza delivery to the slushing room, anchovies only!

    Top Ten Things Writers Do When They Have a Story Rejected

  • The system was put into place a generation ago as part of reforms that followed the Watergate scandals of the 1970s – illegal activities sanctioned by President Richard Nixon's re-election committee and funded by unregulated donations slushing through his campaign treasury.

    House Votes To Abolish Public Financing For Presidential Campaigns

  • Handkerchief came up to me in a familiar manner, the water in the cockpit slushing against his legs.

    White and Yellow

  • Start slushing tomorrow for Clarkesworld and, depending on the first flood of submissions, not go insane

    I am unbreakable, but it looks like I could some time soon

  • If you follow me on Twitter, you already know that I like to talk about coffee, LOST, Supertown, slushing, and politics videogames.

    Okay, let's get twittery

  • Start slushing tomorrow for Clarkesworld and, depending on the first flood of submissions, not go insane (flood is a great descriptor for the amount of submissions we've gotten in two days, and I've not gone insane yet wee!)

    Things to do, things not yet done

  • I had a whole list of things I was going to do once I got home from the day job (laundry, bills, slushing, drawing, and so on), but now I have something more pressing to do (worry).

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