pulp

  1. any soft or soggy mass
  2. a soft moist part of a fruit
  3. a mixture of cellulose fibers
  4. an inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper
  5. the soft inner part of a tooth

Pulp

[Filipino music magazine] PULP Magazine is a Philippine-based monthly music magazine that is published by the Fookien Times Philippines Yearbook Publishing Co. Inc. and which has catered to Filipino music fans in the country and other parts of the world for almost a decade now. ==History == Releasing its first issue in December 1999 with a ...
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Pulp

the dental pulp is a connective tissue trapped inside the fully formed tooth with just one entry and exit for nerves and vessels, at the apex of the root. The characteristic cell of the pulp, is the odontoblast, which lines the walls of the pulp chamber and is able to form dentine throughout life.
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pulp

[n] - a mixture of cellulose fibers 2. [n] - a soft moist part of a fruit 3. [n] - any soft or soggy mass 4. [n] - an inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper 5. [n] - the soft inner part of a tooth 6. [v] - remove the pulp from, as from a fruit 7. [v] - reduce to pulp
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Pulp

The raw material used in papermaking consisting mainly of wood chips, rags or other fibers. Broken down by mechanical or chemical means.
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Pulp

the soft tissue inside of a tooth that contains blood vessels and nerves
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Pulp

Pulp noun [ Latin pulpa flesh, pith, pulp of fruit: confer French pulpe .] A moist, slightly cohering mass, consisting of soft, undissolved animal or vegetable matter. Specifically: (a) (Anat.) A tissue or part resembling pulp; especially, the soft, highly vascular and sensit...
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Pulp

Pulp transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Pulped ; present participle & verbal noun Pulping .] 1. To reduce to pulp. 2. To deprive of the pulp, or integument. « The other mode is to pulp the coffee...
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pulp

<dentistry> The soft inner structure of a tooth, consisting of nerve and blood vessels. ... (08 Jan 1998) ...
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pulp

pulp magazine noun an inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper
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pulp

noun the soft inner part of a tooth
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pulp

mush noun any soft or soggy mass; `he pounded it to a pulp`
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pulp

flesh noun a soft moist part of a fruit
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pulp

noun a mixture of cellulose fibers
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pulp

(pulp) any soft, juicy, animal or vegetable tissue. adj., pul´pal., adj.
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Pulp

• (n.) The soft, succulent part of fruit; as, the pulp of a grape. • (n.) A tissue or part resembling pulp; especially, the soft, highly vascular and sensitive tissue which fills the central cavity, called the pulp cavity, of teeth. • (n.) A moist, slightly cohering mass, consisting of soft, undissolved animal or vegetable matter. &b...
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pulp

(from the article `endodontics`) in dentistry, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases of the dental pulp and the surrounding tissues. (The dental pulp is soft tissue in ... ...forms the main bulk, or core, of each tooth and extends almost the entire length of the tooth, being covered by enamel on the crown portion and by ... ...
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pulp

pulp, pulpa 1. A soft, fleshy inner part of a plant or animal; such as, that within a tooth, the spleen, or a fruit. 2. Soft or fleshy plant tissue; such as, the inner part of a fruit or vegetable. 3. The pith inside a plant stem. 4. A soft or soggy mass. 5. Pulverized animal or vegetable matter. 6. The sensitive tissue at the center of a toot...
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Pulp

[juice] Pulp is a brand of nectar introduced to the Peruvian market by the Ajegroup in 2004. Pulp is sold in glass bottles of 300 ml and cartons of 150 ml and one litre in the flavors durazno (peach), mango, and piña (pineapple). ...
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Pulp

[spleen] The pulp of the spleen is practically all splenic tissue from one trabecular artery to another. It consists of red pulp and white pulp. ...
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Pulp

- the dental pulp is a connective tissue trapped inside the fully formed tooth with just one entry and exit for nerves and vessels, at the apex of the root. The characteristic cell of the pulp, is the odontoblast, which lines the walls of the pulp chamber and is able to form dentine throughout life.
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Pulp

Connective tissue that contains blood vessels and nerve tissue which occupies the pulp cavity of a tooth.
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Pulp

The hollow chamber inside the crown of the tooth that contains its nerves and blood vessels.
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Pulp

Mixture of wood and/or cotton fibers, chemicals, and water from which mills make paper.
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pulp

pulp: see paper.
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