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pink slime

A slang term for low-quality beef trimmings that are used as a filler in some meat products. Our organization believes that pink slime should no longer be used in any meat preparation in this country.
See also: pink, slime

slime ball

One whose behavior offends or repulses others. I can't believe how poorly he treated that waitress. What a slime ball!
See also: ball, slime

slime bucket

An offensive, detestable, repellent person, especially one who does unscrupulous or immoral things. My last boss was a total slime bucket, treating everyone in the office like That slime bucket defrauded his clients for millions of dollars. They ought to lock him up and throw away the key.
See also: bucket, slime

slimebag

An offensive, detestable, repellent person, especially one who does unscrupulous or immoral things. My last boss was a total slimebag, making all sorts of shady deals to skim a bit of extra profit for herself. That slime bag defrauded his clients for millions of dollars. They ought to lock him up and throw away the key.

slimeball

An offensive, detestable, repellent person, especially one who does unscrupulous or immoral things. My last boss was a total slimeball, making all sorts of shady deals to skim a bit of extra profit for herself. That slime ball defrauded his clients for millions of dollars. They ought to lock him up and throw away the key.

slime

1. n. a worthless person; a low and wretched person. What a slime that guy is!
2. n. degrading matters; corrupt people or situations. I don’t want to be involved in slime like that.

slime bag

and slime bucket and slimebag and slimeball
n. a despicable person, usually a male. (see also slime.) Gee, a slime bag like that in the same room with me! Yuck!
See also: bag, slime

slime bucket

verb
See also: bucket, slime

slimebag

verb

slimeball

verb
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The daughter of a Filipina-Kiwi legal counsel and a German businessman, Katharina has been touted as New Zealand's "Slime Princess" for her slime creations that she sells through her home-based business in Auckland.
It also raised concern that manufacturers were left to self-certify the safety of their products, finding that slimes were displaying a CE mark suggesting the product was safe despite boron levels being too high when tested by Which?.
said: "Slime will feature in many letters to Santa, however we've found evidence children could be put at risk."
'Ghostbuster Slime' was supplied to us by the UK distributor H Grossman Ltd who have provided us with test results from independent accredited laboratories.
Making the Jell-O slime appeared to be rather easy.
"Also, there are homemade slimes which parents make on website instructions using easily available chemicals like borax, glue and other substances, which are sold legally, but the slime made with these may or may not be hazardous, on which we have no control.
The slimes cost [pounds sterling]4.50-6.50 and come in different colours, scents and textures -- you can get glittery blue "Snow Slime" and scents like mango crush and vanilla waffle.
Youngsters will be able to make either scented fluffy slime or crunchy slime during one of two workshops being held at the School Road-based centre.
Craft store colossus Michaels, for example, has devoted floor space in its locations to "Slime Headquarters," a one-stop outlet for all things slime featuring not just base ingredients, but customizing elements like glitter and sequins.
When a copper anode dissolves during electrorefining in the refinery tank house, slimes (insoluble material) are continuously released from the anodes and deposit at the bottom of the cells.
As the bacteria make a simple layer, one cell deep, they begin to produce slime. It protects them from being washed away or drying out and also slows down antibiotics and other toxins that might seep in.
POTS of toy slime have been found to contain more than four times the permitted level of a chemical that can cause sickness, experts warn.
As each section reaches the completion of its 21-day anode cycle, the electrolyte, containing around 300 ppm of anode slimes, is progressively decanted from the cells to separate decant boxes in each circuit via discharge outlets set 200 mm from the floor of the cells.
Frootiputti, produced by Goobands and for sale in Hamleys, had four times the permitted limit, while HGL's Ghostbusters slime, which can be bought in Smyths Toys Superstores, had more than three times the limit.