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“These 110-story towers essentially got pulverized into small fragments,” says John Howard, a doctor and public health expert serving as administrator of the World Trade Center Health Program.What 20 years of screening 9/11 first responders for health risks has taught us|Betsy Ladyzhets|September 10, 2021|Popular-Science
Court’s record is the only significant one Williams hasn’t matched or broken in a 26-year career in which she revolutionized women’s tennis with her powerful groundstrokes and pulverizing serve.Serena Williams withdraws from U.S. Open to recover from torn hamstring|Liz Clarke, Cindy Boren|August 25, 2021|Washington Post
They grabbed the nearest nut and pulverized it in crunching staccato.How a sickly squirrel offered me unexpected comfort|Pam Spritzer|February 8, 2021|Washington Post
They envisioned an air war in which Britain's economic and technological superiority would slowly pulverize Germany.Rethink Everything You Think You Know About World War II|David Frum|February 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Along the way, the GOP yearns to privatize and pulverize Medicare and Social Security.Obama Must Fight One More Campaign: To Keep Senate & Win House in 2014|Robert Shrum|February 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Egypt has first-class F-16s that could pulverize any Libyan opposition.
If the ground is well burned it will be a little crusty and whitish, and will pulverize beautifully.
This is an esculent resembling arrowroot, which they dig, pulverize, and use as flour.
For his own use the farmer can pulverize smaller quantities by the simple method of pounding the flowers in a mortar.
He directs us to pulverize in a marble mortar one pound of sulphur, two of charcoal, and six of saltpetre.History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume I (of 2)|John William Draper
For domestic uses, dry quickly, and pulverize, and put away in tight glass bottles.Soil Culture|J. H. Walden