pulverize


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Synonyms for pulverize

Synonyms for pulverize

to break up into tiny particles

to pull down or break up so that reconstruction is impossible

Synonyms for pulverize

make into a powder by breaking up or cause to become dust

destroy completely

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In a sequence where Glenn falls asleep and dreams he is inhabiting the world of Pulverize, the transition from real world to dream is signaled only by a change in the color of Glenn's face.
In an initial moment of playing Pulverize, Glenn is seduced by the fantasy of immersion; in a second moment, he recognizes this fantasy as a fantasy; in a third moment, he is forced to admit that this fantasy is nonetheless appealing (as in Octave Mannoni's famous formula "I know very well, but all the same") and can even be a source of productive engagement with the world.
Mikro-Atomizer pulverizes and conveys material in one operation.
Offers Trost Air impact mills to pulverize every type of hard, brittle, abrasive, soft, and agglomerated material, as well as substances with low melting points.
As they slam into the thick atmosphere, the dying embers generate shock waves strong enough to pulverize surface rock into fine dust, which reflects radar poorly and might account for the halos (SN: 12/21/&28/91, p.424).
Offers Trost Air impact mills to pulverize every type of hard, brittle, abrasive, soft, and agglommerated material, as well as substances with low-melting points.
Available in four modal sizes, the Pulva Sizer effectively pulverizes uncalcined lime mud and inerts, allowing their return to the slaker.
The lumpbreaker pulverizes lumps of green sand from molds that have not had direct contact with molten metal, unpoured molds or pieces of cores.
The company sorts recycled bottles by color and pulverizes them.
It pulverizes, blends, colors, reclaims, and compounds its own raw materials.
It pulverizes some of its own flour, putting 5-60% in polyolefins and alloys of ABS and other resins.
Melosh of the University of Arizona in Tucson and his colleagues, a body slamming into a planet produces a crater and generates a shock wave that pulverizes any debris in its path.
This pulverizes the frozen glue and releases labels.