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  • v. Present participle of vapourise.

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Examples

  • Wars don't end when you get used to them, but lots of that glorious living body shredding and vapourising ordnance gets tossed around, and bits and pieces of bone and flesh that used to be people and their loved ones end being tossed around with it.

    The party of the troops?

  • Progress is hampered when Lodge and Joanna's favoured tactic of investigating the situation through dialogue and roleplay is interrupted by Gary vapourising everyone in sight with magic and Leo using his high charisma score to sleep with every woman he comes across, whilst Cass attempts to 'roleplay' his monk by making up totally inane 'wise sayings' on the spot: He who stumbles around in darkness with a stick is blind.

    The Gamers & The Gamers: Dorkness Rising

  • Then imagine a metallic wet taste on your mouth, like vapourising copper particles.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • "The colour of the steam is brown but also quite white so it is more like water vapourising."

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  • The technique, called laser ablation, involves removing material from a solid surface by vapourising the material with laser beam.

    Zee News : India National

  • Taliban advance to within 60 miles of Islamabad, their path before them laid waste by the U.S. sky vultures circling overhead. vapourising people from above, the Taliban advancing on the capital ...

    Signs of the Times

  • Another option is to use a vapourising oil dissolved in hot water

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  • It seems certain Obama will sacrifice the anti-missile shield in Europe that would have been our defence against a nuclear Iran after the ayatollahs, with Russian help, emerge as potential vapourising agents of the infidel.

    Chas' Compilation

  • He relied on a minimally invasive mode of vapourising the main vessel carrying blood to the top section or fundus of the stomach.

    The Times of India

  • Campaigners and the World Health Organisation (WHO) say there is a "regulatory blackhole" and no-one knows just what these cartridges contain besides nicotine, or the effects of heating and vapourising the nicotine and inhaling it.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

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