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  • n. one who macerates

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Any suitable vessel in which substances are macerated.


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  • Video from a hidden camera clearly shows healthy male chicks, peeping and bouncing as they greet the world, fed into the blades of the macerator like so much litter.

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  • And, as far as the TP issue, if all else fails, a macerator pump can be utilized.

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  • Hogged wood is mill refuse and logs that have been passed through a "hogging machine" or macerator.

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  • Some include the built-in sewage hose system on the 170 and 190; macerator sewage pump on the 210 and RS; cloverleaf dining table; temporarily enclosed bathroom/privacy area; stand-up aisle shower; lowered floor; built-in heat pump; exterior storage compartments below the floor; under-floor tanks; dual layer foam beds and more.

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  • Add antifreeze and pump the coolant through the hoses, holding tank, Y-valve, macerator and discharge hose.

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  • Liquid then passes through the RotaCut macerator before reaching the pump.

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  • For thicker material the DosiCut uses a macerator as well as a rotor-and-screen system, so material gets a blockage-preventing double chop before travelling down the 55mm pipes.

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  • Once it's travelled through the macerator, slurry is ready to pass through the company's

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  • First, it has to be turned into something that a pump can deal with, which is where the firm's RotaCut macerator comes in.

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  • Instead of being bagged up in plastic to linger in a landfill forever, she said, animal wastes will go through a macerator - a plumbing device installed in a drain line between a collection point and the soil stack to reduce solids to liquid form for the sewer system.

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  • "Male chicks being ground up alive in giant macerators, and egg-laying hens packed into tiny wire cages so small they cannot even spread their wings."

    Ari Solomon. Huffington Post, 2011.

    June 17, 2015