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the quality or condition of being affectedly or overly emotional

to press forcefully so as to break up into a pulpy mass

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any soft or soggy mass

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cornmeal boiled in water

writing or music that is excessively sweet and sentimental

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a journey by dogsled

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drive (a team of dogs or a dogsled)

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travel with a dogsled

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As well as the initiation of eruptions, the new mush reservoir model can help explain other phenomena in volcanic systems, such as how the magma chemical composition evolves and how much older crystals can be erupted within younger magmas.
One mom who Mush has been a lifeline for is Jessica, 33 who said, "Not knowing anyone in the area, the early days of maternity leave were lonely and I knew I had to do something about it.
Although taking a slight jump in company, Mush Mir has yet to really be pushed in winning and could still have something to give.
Back when Sandy Mush was under consideration, the governor, House representatives and the late Sen.
Construction of the 'new' Mush began a few months after the major Spitak earthquake in 1988, which destroyed many of Gyumri's housing blocks and left thousands of people homeless.
I had a huge overdue fine on my library card, and rather than pay it, I was spending my usual reading time at night watching TV and knew my brain was turning to mush. In addition my husband and I were struggling to find time for uninterrupted conversations about anything deeper than whether or not to paint the back hallway.
Soon an array of "save Christmas" paraphernalia was available, including "Christmas bracelets, tree ornaments and lapel pins intended to send a defiant message to those who would turn December into a multicultural mush of 'winter parties,' 'seasonal sales' and 'Happy Holidays' greetings."
Apparently the extra insulin makes our brains think we're still hungry even as our bellies are engorged with a sweet mush of Big Macs and mill shakes.
They are flaky and scaly, no matter how mush lotion I put on them.
Observing the musher's devotion to their dogs and the strenuous demands for competing in an epic race, she began volunteering at checkpoints, became an apprentice to Iditarod champion Jeff King, and at last dared to mush her own dog team.
They spent much longer than females do in preparing the food by chewing it into mush. During the chewing, a nursemaid drinks some of the juices before passing along the infant's meal.
Feasting on an unusual yet hearty in-flight lunch of moose casserole and herb-marinated wild boar, I pondered the item at the top of my to-do list: Mush a team of huskies through the frozen forest above the Arctic Circle.
RED BLAIK, the late Army football coach, justifying his tough, contact practices: "You don't develop good teeth by eating mush."
"'Tis called polenta, Robin, and as a floor covering it hath no equal" explained the salesman: The title of Baxter's 2004 framed ink-and-pastel drawing almost needs no visual accompaniment, but it's made all the funnier by a rendition of the fictional rebel hero watching as a huge yellow sheet of the cornmeal mush is laid out in a Sherwood Forest clearing.
I noticed that as mush cooled it became firm so I could cut and fry it.