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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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a soft moist part of a fruit

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a mixture of cellulose fibers

an inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper

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the soft inner part of a tooth

remove the pulp from, as from a fruit

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reduce to pulp

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In case of large number of applications, the pulpers would be given after balloting draw.
Irrespectively of the way coffee is harvested--selectively, stripping or mechanically--the mechanical siphon and the screen pulper together allow for the selection of cherries according to their degree of maturation with a precision that human eyes and fingers cannot achieve.
The shear forces in the pulper tend to shred the adhesive into small particles that pass through the screens that follow the pulper," Gustafson explains.
Once the beans are picked, in order to maintain the best coffee flavor, they are placed in a water pulper that removes the hulls within 24 hours.
The material was first chipped with a conventional chipper, then made into pin-chips in a Tornado pulper (Bolton-Emerson Americas, Inc.
Discarded food, utensils, cups, clamshell containers and other compostables are fed through a new on-site food pulper to remove water and dramatically shrink the volume.
Aluminum and polyethylene particles are separated from paper fibers by a pulper.
Let's make sure you're not diverting paper that was going to the pulper for recycled paper.
In a unique program, the supermarket stores and recycles cooking oil, which is turned into biodiesel and lubricants, and it uses a pulper to reduce waste in the produce department.
A severe-duty pulper drive is designed to prevent water from entering to extend its operating life.
Others are in the pulper,and they are legion, including some we saw congregated in Normandy.
Also, plastic scrim towels torment your shipmates in the pulper room because the plastic filament clogs up the system and the paper content does not process well in the shipboard Plastics Waste Processors.
We had livestock and crops--potatoes, beets, wheat, barley, oats--and a pulper to grind turnips," Hannon remembers.
he told a pulper eagerly, filling a carrier bag "as a souvenir".
The large pulper can handle 1,000 pounds of waste an hour and the small one, 200 pounds.