Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of extrude.

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Examples

  • Now this is what advertising is about: echoing chants, meat slurry being extruded from a machine, and nervous chickens.

    Boing Boing

  • This holds, by analogy to physiological process, that once inflation has been extruded from the economic system by a sufficiently painful application of monetarism - the economic and oral equivalent of a major dose of castor oil or epsom salts - it is gone for good.

    Economic Policy and the Liberal Left

  • A cellar that’s as much a conversation piece as the wine it stores – 400 bottles of luxury cuvee wines are contained in a 3m x 6m cement block, extruded from the shop into the public space.

    Artisan Cellars by Asylum

  • British designer Tom Dixon's $75,000 untitled extruded plastic chaise longue had wide gaps amid the crude weave.

    'Objects' to Use, or Not

  • In order for this to occur, a percentage of each layer has to be "extruded" downslope every year.

    Thoughts on Alpine Glacier Stratigraphy « Climate Audit

  • However Katina's work is not yet over: There is potential to use the technology for producing ingredients for other cereal products and foods, such as extruded snacks, she said.

    BakeryAndSnacks RSS

  • Reducing acrylamide levels without reducing quality is a considerable challenge, according to Purac, especially for starchy products that have been deep-fried, roasted or baked at high temperatures, such as extruded snacks and potato chips.

    FoodNavigator RSS

  • He paid about $700 usd for the extruded vinyl strips made in San Diego, installed it himself with the help of an additional pump to move the water up to the roof of the pool house-bodega.

    Tankless propane water heater.

  • The cladding is extruded aluminum coated with Kynar resin.

    Builders’ Show: Marvin updates its glider windows

  • No. It's worth pointing out that Armey, insofar as he's involved in the Tea Party, has a specific job there: his job is to tame and trim what extremes there are so that their energy can be extruded and formed into a marm that can best support the GOP establishment.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

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