- n any soft or soggy mass
he pounded it to a pulp
- n a soft moist part of a fruit
- n a mixture of cellulose fibers
- n an inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper
- n the soft inner part of a tooth
- v remove the pulp from, as from a fruit
- v reduce to pulp
- If it were distinguished for nothing else, Adventure would stand apart from rival "pulps" because its Assistant Editor used to be Nobel Prizewinner Sinclair Lewis; because it was.
- Canada's great pulp companies were truly vexed last week at impish Lord Beaverbrook.
- PULP PAPER Swedish wood-pulp exporters were all ready for V-E day.
- Sebastian Faulks in News1130
I expected them to be fairly pulp fiction, not much from the literary point of view,Faulks said. "I was pleasantly surprised - they were stylish, well written in a crisp, journalistic style."
- Bob Brown in Sydney Morning Herald
After the Bali world conference on climate change, the first big challenge is getting rid of the pulp mill in the Tamar Valley,Greens leader Bob Brown said in a statement.
- Malcolm Turnbull in Ninemsn
In August, my department recommended 24 conditions be placed on the pulp mill for its approval,Mr Turnbull told reporters in Sydney. "Today ...... we are imposing an additional 24 environmental conditions which brings it to 48. These are...