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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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In the story's climactic sequence, Glenn and his colleagues play Pulverize for what they know to be the last time, since they know that one of them, Bob Bilson, will be fired the next day, and that the company has been doomed by Stane's mismanagement and by the collapse of the dot-com bubble.
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Trost Air impact mills pulverize hard, brittle, abrasive, soft, and agglomerated material, as well as substances with low melting points.
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.
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.