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  • v. Common misspelling of vaporise.

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Examples

  • It would vapourise him like what happens to Dracula when the first ray of sunlight hits him!

    "Obama is ACORN you idiot democrat"

  • It's very clear, as deaths which result from tobboco and alcohol are in the millions, whilst there has not been a single death from cannabis, remember you can vapourise or eat it so even the possibilty of lung cancer can be ruled out.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • My tests show that straight bio will not be sufficient to start it or to create a stable burn but that after the pipe and stove are up to temp, the bio-D will vapourise and burn.

    PREFAB FRIDAY: BARK All Terrain Cabin | Inhabitat

  • I expect EU/UK exit taxes on the horizon as tax bases vapourise.

    [employment] will balance ever return

  • The thing is Iain, do you really think terrorist plots with vapourise with David Cameron in office?

    What Did the Home Office Brief on Birmingham Terror Arrests?

  • Not sure the comedy was intentional half the time, but who could argue with a giant aspidistra ordering a dragon (morphed into some sort of shambolic tramp-butler) and another dragon (morphed into esteemed newsreader Moira Stewart) to direct a vortex to vapourise 'celebrities' such as Keith Chegwin on a weekly basis?

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • They're all just atoms after all, and at 5000kmh surely the intention was to create an impact that would vapourise the ship, no?

    Not so Smart

  • Mirza makes complex art, machines that vapourise water inside a cube or objects held together by sound.

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  • These battery powered in-mouth devices vapourise a nicotine solution into a mist, allowing a hopeless drug-slave to get his or her fix without generating any first or second-hand smoke.

    The Register

  • The company claims that an evaporator operating in a heat exchanger loop would vapourise the water, lowering the pressure, which enables a turbine to be driven to produce electrical energy.

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