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1 The fries are made from pellets of pulverised potato.
2 The soil where the bombs fell had been pulverised into black dust that had settled on everything.
3 An' the third one's brain had bin pulverised - by a blow delivered through the roof of its mouth!
4 Now the club lies under pulverised concrete slabs.
5 Pulverised rock will climb as a dust cloud into the atmosphere.
6 The Research Activities address improvements to conventional pulverised fuel boiler technologies,(www.Sentencedict.com) and new advanced technologies for future power generation.
7 In addition to winning the treble, Barcelona pulverised Real Madrid while United were losing twice to Liverpool.
8 American bombs pulverised the city during the Korean War, so not much is more than 50 years old—and hardly anything has been built since the early 1990s, so stagnant is the economy.
9 For him there is nothing but mangled meat and pulverised potatoes, ripped to shreds by his incompetent cutlery.
10 Rescuers dug through hundreds of homes that have been pulverised by the storm, searching for survivors.
11 Its system consists of two silos filled with a pulverised rock such as gravel.
12 " The birth pangs of a new Middle East, " claimed Condoleezza Pollyanna Rice last week as Hizbullah's rockets slammed into Israel and Israel's aircraft pulverised Lebanon.
13 It has obvious benefit that building blocks were made of pulverised fly ashes, but noise pollution of its production line was very heavy. The shaper of blocks was chief noise source.
14 An extraordinary feat of mental gymnastics, given that his Czech friend's reforms were being pulverised.
15 The museums may look splendid, but, around them, history is being pulverised.
16 The ignition temperatures, combustible indexes and kinetics parameters of pulverised coals have been studied with the thermogravimetry.
17 The dust contained a toxic mix of chemicals, including highly alkaline particles from pulverised concrete, asbestos and heavy metals from thousands of computers and lights.
18 The sandy shores have a unique rose tinge to them as they are partly made up of pulverised corals and mollusc shells.
19 They accuse Nato of using eight rockets to carry out the attack, which pulverised a country estate west of the capital Tripoli.
20 Just fine white sand swirling up into the sky like pulverised bones. That's the kind of sandstorm you need to imagine.
21 A study by MIT put the cost of nuclear electricity at 6.7 cents per kWh, against 4.2 cents per kWh for pulverised coal.
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