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pul·ver·ize

(pŭl'vĕr-īz),
To reduce to a powder.
[L. pulverizo, fr. pulvis, pulveris, dust]

pulverize

[pul′vərīz]
Etymology: L, pulvis, dust
to reduce to a fine powder.
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Phil Dryden, chief executive of SSI UK - pictured at the site's new Pulverised Coal Injection plant - said: "These records are an indication of the capability and the potential of the SSI UK operation.
It is understood that replacing corn flour with pulverised lime brings down the cost, given that the inedible compound is not only cheaper than its edible counterpart, but it also weighs more.
BLAST OFF: SSI''s Phil Dryden at the launch of the the new Pulverised Coal Injection Plant