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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of slurries

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of slurries:

Derived Form of slurries

root word: slurry
plural: slurries
root word: slurry
Noun: slurry
a suspension of insoluble particles (as plaster of paris or lime or clay etc.) usually in water
Type ofsuspensions,

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  1. are going to do it leads to the clinkering it leads to accumulation of slurries and kludges
  2. measurement in slurries. The SDM is light and easy to transport because of its
  3. it can have even particles, it can be dusty, for example, air bubbles can be present, slurries
  4. etc. We can also measure the velocity of slurries and so on. These are some of the advantages.
  5. for in whatever is known as dilute slurries. That is I mean liquids with some suspended
  6. fluids and slurries containing solids and fibres.
  7. liquids may flow. It may contain slurries and other fibres, so that type of situation
  8. there. It is coming out, so the slurries are dropped on this one. Now, you put in a
  9. slurries are dropped on this one. So, it is put on a sintering furnace. Now, if you put
  10. how much is the feed pressure, we are feeding abrasive slurries in the work piece. So volume
  11. that reasons if you, suppose you have some slurries, if you use a concentric orifice,
  12. containing slurries. You see, this is very important. Even though in the case of, you
  13. transmitter, so even though the liquid has some suspended particles, some slurries, it
  14. air, they are shipped as thick slurries under hexane gas.
  15. Mixing acid wastes with lime slurries or
  16. slurries provided the liquid phase has adequate conductivity. Adequate, liquid phase must
  17. It is particularly useful for measuring the flow of corrosive fluids and slurries, right?
  18. See, we have corrosive fluids and slurries. Even
  19. though it is not conducting, because in the case of fluids, I mean slurries we have seen
  20. that in the case of magnetic flowmeters, the liquid portions of the slurries should be