PULP


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AcronymDefinition
PULPPublic Utility Law Project
PULPPretoria University Law Press (South Africa)
PULPPrevention of Unfair Labour Practices (as seen in Maharashtra Recognition of Trade Unions and Prevention of Unfair Labour Practices Act; India)
PULPPremium Un-Leaded Petrol
PULPPrinceton University Language Project (Princeton, NJ)
PULPPennsylvania Utility Law Project (Harrisburg, PA)
References in classic literature ?
He seemed to realize that escape for me was impossible, and I could have sworn that his huge, fanged jaws grinned in pleasurable appreciation of my predicament, or was it in anticipation of the juicy morsel which would so soon be pulp between those formidable teeth?
One he seized in the coils of his trunk and broke upon a huge bole, dropping the mangled pulp to charge, trumpeting, after another.
And that's what his own doctors say he needs--that crack German specialist who rips a man's bones and muscles into pulp and then molds them all over again.
There was nothing else in the world but that face, and he would never know rest, blessed rest, until he had beaten that face into a pulp with his bleeding knuckles, or until the bleeding knuckles that somehow belonged to that face had beaten him into a pulp.
She was literally torn apart, ripped wide open, beaten into a pulp, smashed into kindling wood, annihilated.
If the picture, was brought into court now, the evidence it could give against us was limited to a bit of plain panel, and a mass of black pulp rolled up in a duster.
Why, I don't see why I should be interested in your explanations," said the woman, with a coldness that seemed to reduce Pete to a pulp.
His gown was turned back from his shoulders, and the flesh there was a sight to make a man wince, for it was all beaten to a pulp, and the blood was soaking into his gown and trickling down upon the ground.
Then he crushed the bones between rocks, pounded them to a pulp, and swallowed them.
With the grip of ten thousand devils, my finger-tips were caught, drawn in, and pulped to--well, just pulp.
Every part of this plant is useful; the leaves and stalks are eaten by the horses, and the roots are ground into a pulp, which, when pressed dry and baked, forms the farinha, the principal article of sustenance in the Brazils.
The whole tree itself is but one leaf, and rivers are still vaster leaves whose pulp is intervening earth, and towns and cities are the ova of insects in their axils.