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crush

(krŭsh),
1. To squeeze injuriously between two hard bodies.
2. A bruise or contusion from pressure between two solid bodies.
[O.Fr. cruisir]
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AMA Research have recently released a comprehensive study of over 150+ pages on 'Mobile Crushers' market to meet ever-changing industry conditions that marketers must adjust to strategies & leverage the best results for the company.
The new crusher is particularly compact and robust.
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The new C130 is a 40-metric ton (mt) jaw crusher in terms of operating weight and features the pinned and bolted design for reliability, long life and easy service.
Only 30 crushers are running legally on Taxila hills and their lease licenses will expire in June, 2015.
On April 30, a large number of stone crushers troubled by frequent extortion demands by militant outfits staged a sit in protest along the National Highway 39.
The resulting machine operates both as a primary and secondary crusher, a money-saving feature as Kurtz said other crushers often require a primary crusher to process the concrete before the material is loaded into a secondary crusher.
The Overload Protection System consistently regulates the crusher feed to prevent crusher overload and possible plugging, according to the manufacturer.
Army unveiled the Crusher unmanned ground combat vehicle last week in a ceremony hosted by the Carnegie Mellon University's National Robotics Engineering Center in Pittsburgh, Pa.
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