Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of pulp.

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Examples

  • The process of separating the useful fibers from the unwanted parts is called pulping.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • The process of separating the useful fibers from the unwanted parts is called pulping.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • The process of separating the useful fibers from the unwanted parts is called pulping.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • The process of separating the useful fibers from the unwanted parts is called pulping.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • A system that requires the trucking of vast quantities of paper to bookshops and then back to publishers’ warehouses for pulping is environmentally and commercially unsustainable.

    Writing and Publishing

  • Rather than pulp them the idea of pulping books makes Moi vomit, I thought I'd offer them for the cost of shipping them to an address within the U.S.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Rather than pulp them the idea of pulping books makes Moi vomit, I thought I'd offer them for the cost of shipping them to an address within the U.S.

    NOTA BENE: THREE LEFT!

  • In the wet process, the first step is called pulping; the second is fermentation and washing; the third is drying; the fourth is hulling or peeling; and the last, sizing or grading.

    All About Coffee

  • Cameron co-founded and operates a paper mill called the People's Republic of Paper (PRP) with artist Drew Matott, who founded the Green Door Studio in Burlington, Vermont, where the PRP is based, and together with Cameron, helped create the idea of pulping soldiers 'uniforms.

    Progressive Bloggers

  • Cameron co-founded and operates a paper mill called the People's Republic of Paper (PRP) with artist Drew Matott, who founded the Green Door Studio in Burlington, Vermont, where the PRP is based, and together with Cameron, helped create the idea of pulping soldiers 'uniforms.

    Blogging Change

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