PULP


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PULPPublic Utility Law Project
PULPPennsylvania Utility Law Project (Harrisburg, PA)
PULPPretoria University Law Press (South Africa)
PULPPrinceton University Language Project (Princeton, NJ)
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
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As soon as it cools the rind drops off, and you then have the soft round pulp in its purest and most delicious state.
There wasn't any sense in slowly feeding in till my head was crushed, and already my arm was pulped half way from elbow to shoulder, and the pulping was going right on.
I love to see that Nature is so rife with life that myriads can be afforded to be sacrificed and suffered to prey on one another; that tender organizations can be so serenely squashed out of existence like pulp -- tadpoles which herons gobble up, and tortoises and toads run over in the road; and that sometimes it has rained flesh and blood!
Some had not then attained a sufficient degree of maturity; and their thick skin covered a white but rather fibrous pulp. Others, the greater number yellow and gelatinous, waited only to be picked.
Time and again the now useless stub of its giant sting struck futilely against my body, but the blows alone were almost as effective as the kick of a horse; so that when I say futilely, I refer only to the natural function of the disabled member--eventually the thing would have hammered me to a pulp. Nor was it far from accomplishing this when an interruption occurred that put an end forever to its hostilities.
Then, as one, the males rushed headlong upon the thing which their terrific blows had reduced to a mass of hairy pulp.
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.
You brought out a book which had cost you years of thought and labour; it was given two or three contemptuous lines among a batch of similar volumes, twenty or thirty copies were sold, and the rest of the edition was pulped. He had long since worn out the desire for fame.
Another scab, backed over the pickets by a hand clutching his throat, had his face pulped by a revolver butt.
[USPRwire, Tue Jul 23 2019] Fluff Pulp Market: An Overview Fluff pulp is a type of pulp made from softwood obtained by sulphite or sulphate pulp.